Euro 2020's Unexpected Lesson on How to Lead in an Emergency
Teams rely on their leaders for support and guidance; this is exponentially true in an emergency, when they may be required to go beyond what's expected.
How to Land a Job in Product Management
If you are interested in pivoting into product management, here are a few ways to land your first product role and get started in this sought-after career.
How Gig Work Can Pave the Way for the Economy
Freelancers are reshaping the employment landscape. Could the “human cloud” of people who perform gig work actually be the epicenter of the future of work?
Top 10 U.S. Cities Expanding Tech Teams in 2021
Technology executives in these 10 major U.S. cities plan to add new positions at a higher rate than the national average.
How Can Companies Transition to Hybrid Workplaces?
As more and more companies survey the post-COVID-19 landscape, what can they do to transition to a hybrid workplace properly?
Approachability – The Often-Overlooked Leadership Skill
Project team members consistently consult approachable leaders, seeking advice and guidance, during both good times and bad.
The Tesla Twins Return in Second IEEE-USA Digital Comic Book
The Tesla Twins return to continue their fight against evildoers, in the second installment of the original IEEE-USA e-comic series.
Why We Should Reset our Career Expectations
When it comes to setting career expectations to support the lifestyle you desire, it's easy to fall into a "just a little more" mindset. How much is enough?
Virtual Congressional Visits Day Reaches New Levels of Member Participation
Going virtual reduced the costs and time commitment for CvVD volunteers, and allowed nearly three times as many IEEE members to join us as we had in 2019.
Sometimes Breaking the Rules is Necessary to Reach a Goal
Strict adherence to the rules can be tempting, but it's important to remember that not everyone learns or performs the same way.
PARTNERS Act Aims to Fill Education and Training Gaps
New legislation would support training and apprenticeships through partnerships between the federal government and small and mid-sized businesses.
Training 201: Reframing Training for a Virtual World
A virtual training consultant shares her top tips for keeping the virtual classroom interactive and collaborative, while focusing on skill-based objectives.
Endless Frontier Act: Tech Transfer Disguised as Research Funding
The Endless Frontier Act, recently reintroduced in Congress, is a research bill. But if you look more closely, it is clear that it is much more.
Cybersecurity Worker Demand is Expected To Do This in 2021 — After Suffering Its First Drop Ever in 2020
With the demand for cybersecurity professionals shrinking for the first time ever in 2020, will demand return to pre-Covid levels in 2021?
Ambiguous Problems? No Need to Fear
The ability to solve ambiguous problems adds a crucial skill that differentiates you from everyone else with the same training.
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