Management


Large companies promote a vision that one day the world will reach gender equality.



The data doesn’t lie: Women are a minority in the tech industry, even more so at the C-level. Want to buck the trend? Find someone to mentor you.



It doesn’t matter if you have “manager,” “director” or “executive” in your job title, you’re still responsible to be a good leader.

 



"We’ll tap the brightest minds we can find to help us get there. That’s exactly why we’ve committed that women will comprise 50 percent of our global workforce by 2030."



In our differences lie our strengths. This adage holds true in any language, but I find it especially relevant in terms of how we think about building a successful workforce in our global culture.



Find out how to bring vendor partnerships to fruition



Senior executives from Cisco, Red Hat, and Tech Data shared their experiences in IT and what they needed to keep in mind as they climbed the ladder within their respective companies.



When you’re working in a matrixed environment, you have to deal with a lot of moving parts.



Earlier this summer, Lisa McLin took the top job running alliances for the managed cloud company, both with cloud giants and its own channel partners. She's also mentoring the next wave of women to ascend the corporate ranks.



Starting partner programs is different every time - read on to see what I have done to make it all work!



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