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Fearless CIOs share bold hiring strategies

Successful CIOs advise a more aggressive hiring strategy to stay competitive but not to do it all at once

Why CEOs prefer old-fashioned networking when hiring

Their peer network is their first stop when seeking top talent. And overwhelmingly, those networks are tapped the old-fashioned way--not via LinkedIn

Three creative ways to add talent to your team

Most CIOs are struggling to find and retain talent. If this is you, quit complaining and rethink your strategy

BYOT: Hype or a hiring dealbreaker?

Bring Your Own Technology, or BYOT, can strike fear in the hearts of CIOs and security officers, who are split on whether the concept is an urban legend or the wave of the future

Why promoting from within pays off

Whether your IT organization is five or 5,000 people, it's tempting, in today's market, to search outside talent for a superstar ready to contribute on day one. There are, however, some risks involved

Hire the team you deserve

Do your due diligence and you've earned your reward. Cut corners to make a quick hire and you'll be responsible for the consequences. Follow this firm's examplern

Hiring managers: Personal networks hold power

Obviously it's impossible to cultivate personal relationships with every business contact, so you need to be deliberate in where you spend your time. Bolstering your network at both peer and direct-report levels can be accomplished through giveback

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