Career


It’s not the job, the industry, the subject matter, or even the tasks themselves that predetermine passion. The longer you’re in a role, and the better you get at it, the relationships will become stronger, and the sense of purpose will deepen.​



IBM Channel Chief Michele Stern offers her insight into what it takes for women to make the jump into channel management and the keys to finding a good mentor.



After several weeks on the road, it has become abundantly clear to me that the IT channel is lacking women in leadership roles at partner organizations and the voice of women addressing this gap is growing.



There's good reason to love your comfort zone—but even better reasons to leave it. Find out how embracing discomfort could lead to far better things. 



If someone tried to tell girls that they do not belong in the computing industry, they would be rightfully offended. 



There has long been a gender gap in IT-related fields.



AT&T's Brooks McCorcle and Sue Galvanek tell CRN how the company is doing its part to close the gender gap in the IT industry and making sure women have a seat at the table. 



The gender gap within the IT industry is narrowing. Women of the Channel executives say that mentoring, creating a personal brand, and promoting a flexible office environment will help close the gap for good.



Getting more women into technology is only the first step in increasing diversity, Women of the Channel executives said.



Dell's Cheryl Cook shares her thoughts on what it takes for women to succeed in the tech industry, and how it feels to be a role model for young women starting out in tech.



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