How to recruit "without bias" to build successful teams
I've interviewed for multiple positions throughout my career, I've interviewed others for software engineer positions. I've also interviewed candidates for leadership positions - in profit & non-profit organizations. These are my ideas on recruiting (specifically in tech - but some of these could apply to non-tech . . .
A 4-step plan to tackle one of tech industry's biggest problems
I was recently asked if I had any advice for organizations that lack diversity. Here's my response.
Here’s a 4-step plan for companies lacking diversity:
- Realize that lack of diversity is a problem that needs to be solved fast.
- Start measuring and publishing these numbers (at least internally). The . . .
The power of women at work
Last weekend, I finally got my hand on the new book Own It by Sallie Krawcheck. It was a great read. Her approach of stating facts - backed up data, real data, appealed to me. Some of the data she reports is mindboggling. And I couldn't help tweeting about it. Of course, Sallie's easy, conversational style of writing and wry humor had me . . .
A conference to advance careers of technical women
A 4-day journey of discovery
A look at various mechanisms of Single Sign On
My slides for my talk on single sign on and identity federation!
Conference: Chicago Coder Conference, June 2016.
Software acquisitions, partnerships, or integrations are fairly common place in the software industry. Enterprises often find themselves in situations where they have multiple systems, each . . .
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