With WFH and hybrid workplace strategies stretching into 2021, IT leaders must settle in to new work habits to ensure success in leading IT from afar
"Many people have had to adapt to working from home and other remote locations,"
opines Bob Violino in CIO
, "at least part of the time - in the hybrid workplace that's emerging because of the pandemic. That includes CIOs and other IT executives.
Whether executives are working remotely for one or more days per week or full time, leading IT has change significantly - and perhaps permanently..."
Artificial intelligence, DevOps-related skills drawing the highest premium, analysis of almost two million job openings finds
"In today's tech scene, jobs involving DevOps and artificial intelligence are the most in demand at this time," reports Joe McKendrick
"Employers are offering up sizeable premiums -- almost $25,000 in additional salary for professionals who can automate IT operations, and an additional $14,000 a year to those who can deliver AI and machine learning capabilities.
That's the word from a recent analysis by Burning Glass Technologies. The study's authors looked at more than 1.7 million job openings within the United States, and grouped similar technology skills into associated skill areas and assessed both the projected growth of each skill area over the next five years, as well as difficulties filling job openings for said skills..."