Questions to Ask When Considering Hiring an Unemployed Data Scientist

February 26th, 2016

The economic recession has been over for a while now. At the same time, the demand for qualified data scientists continues to be strong. Shouldn’t all the most talented data pros be working? The answer is: Probably. But for every rule, there is at least one exception. The bottom line for your talent management success […]

Bank Information Security Jobs on the Rise

February 19th, 2016

Bank cybersecurity jobs remain in high demand on the global marketplace. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the rate of growth for jobs in information security is projected at 37 percent through 2022. This is much higher than the average for all occupations. While computer roles are already in high demand, adding in […]

Are You Your Biggest Roadblock to Career Advancement?

February 12th, 2016

All too often, the greatest obstacle between you and the career of your dreams is … you. You may have the right skill set and experience, but you allow your fears and limiting beliefs to hold you back. Instead of taking calculated risks, it’s easier to stay inside your safe, familiar comfort zone. But, that […]

Is Your Team Suffering from Groupthink? Here Are 5 Things to Do About It

February 5th, 2016

Decision making is tough enough – and it becomes even more complex when there are groups involved. Groupthink is a term coined by research psychologist Irving Janis. It is tied to poor decisions that arise out of teams or groups based on the concept that when ideas are not challenged, they can lead to less […]