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    Estimates say turnover costs more than $57K annually — and is still rising

    Turnover can be contagious, which may amplify pressure on employees left behind.

    By Kathryn Moody • Dec. 2, 2022
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    Tech employment grew in November even as layoffs tick up

    The monthly jobs report shows reassuring signs for the technology workforce, according to CompTIA.

    By Dec. 2, 2022
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    Technology leadership during an economic crisis

    The key to success is creating a technology vision and strategy that is effective long-term and will resonate long after a crisis subsides.

    By CIO Dive staff
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    How XPO’s new CIO keeps tech on track in trucking

    The logistics company is leveraging data and an engineering culture to optimize the less-than-truckload freight business.

    By Dec. 2, 2022
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    7 must-read business technology stories from 2022

    From UPS CIO’s parting thoughts to long-lived legacy IT, some of this year’s top stories delve into the forces and strategies that shape enterprise tech.

    By Dec. 2, 2022
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    Companies are bullish on digital transformation — but where should investment go?

    Choosing the right set of technologies to adopt is a top hurdle for organizations, alongside issues of talent and scale.

    By Dec. 1, 2022
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    The 15 biggest CIO appointments of 2022

    From Apple to Target, CIO Dive compiled the most notable CIO appointments at the world’s leading companies this year, as well as leaders to watch in 2023.

    By Nov. 28, 2022
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    Why some CIOs are delaying retirement

    Today’s C-suite tech leaders have enterprisewide clout, a greater budget share and critical responsibilities over business and IT operations. Finding a successor isn’t easy.

    By Nov. 23, 2022
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    If young workers see their supervisor quiet quitting, they might do the same

    There’s little info out there about what happens when the boss quiet quits, a Rutgers University faculty member writes.

    By Kyra Leigh Sutton • Nov. 22, 2022
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    The CIO holiday wishlist for 2022

    With thousands of options, finding the right present can be hard. But there is something every CIO or tech leader will love in this year’s holiday guide.

    By Nov. 19, 2022
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    The tech worker shortage is hitting local governments hard. Here’s what some are doing about it.

    Cities are updating job descriptions, increasing flexibility, investing in workforce development and partnering with universities to stem the tech talent shortage.

    By Adina Solomon • Nov. 18, 2022
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    Tech sector execs see potential recession as a business opportunity

    Technology company leaders are preparing for economic downturn by investing selectively in workforce and new technologies, according to EY survey.

    By Nov. 18, 2022
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    How Liberty Mutual saved 20% on cloud costs

    Tagging and automation lead the drive to cut wasted spend for the sixth largest property and casualty insurer.

    By Nov. 17, 2022
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    McDonald’s to launch cybersecurity apprenticeship program

    The restaurant chain's initiative is among nearly 200 registered apprenticeships programs approved or under development as part of the White House's Cybersecurity Apprenticeship Sprint.

    By Nov. 16, 2022
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    The top technology conferences to attend in 2023

    From leadership to cloud and software events, here are some of the must-attend conferences for technology leaders next year.

    By Nov. 16, 2022
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    Northwestern responds to tech sector layoffs by easing MBA admissions

    The Kellogg School of Management is waiving the GMAT requirement for laid-off IT workers.

    By Nov. 15, 2022
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    The tech workforce isn’t budging on remote work

    As salary increases reach their limit, Dice research shows in-demand IT pros prioritize flexibility, workplace culture and company brand.

    By Nov. 15, 2022
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    Why one CIO is a proponent of executive coaching, therapy and C-suite authenticity

    Twenty years into his career, Edward Wagoner, CIO, Digital of JLL Technologies, went through executive coaching, an experience that changed how he felt about himself and his work.

    By Nov. 15, 2022
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    Gut check: There’s a difference between layoffs in tech and tech-sector layoffs

    Despite chaos at Twitter, high-profile hiring freezes and cuts at the largest tech companies, hiring tech workers still proves difficult.

    By Nov. 14, 2022
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    Top tech influencers enterprise leaders should follow

    From TikTok to YouTube, tech influencers have found their niches. Most target consumers, but many others can provide insight to enterprise leaders.

    By Nov. 11, 2022
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    Inside Red Hat’s app-driven journey toward hybrid cloud

    CIO Jim Palermo shared with CIO Dive how the industry leader in open source software managed its own digital transformation.

    By Nov. 11, 2022
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    5 execs share the hardest tech jobs to hire for right now

    Workers with technical skills are still prized by leaders. But soft skills and expertise are the true holy grail in a volatile job market.

    By , , Nov. 10, 2022
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    Apple names Facebook alum CIO: report

    Timothy Campos, a tech veteran with experience in the tech and manufacturing industries, will take over as Mary Demby heads for retirement.

    By Nov. 10, 2022
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    Women in tech still face toxicity

    Despite career benefits from remote work, nearly half of women in tech have seen an increase in workplace sexual harassment in the last five years.

    By Nov. 9, 2022
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    Companies more worried about retention than hiring, data suggests

    With a predicted recession on the horizon, it’s not hard to see why businesses are shifting focus to retention.

    By Caroline Colvin • Nov. 8, 2022
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    Starbucks rethinks employee technology as it navigates workforce tension

    The coffee chain is piloting an employee engagement app designed to build community, an effort to moderate backlash over its treatment of employees and working conditions.

    By Nov. 7, 2022