Maximize the Value of Retiring Boomers
2015 is the new Y2K.
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- With the aging IT “boomer” workforce approaching retirement in the next 5-10 years, organizations are faced with the prospect of losing the only employees in the organization with the knowledge for maintaining legacy systems.
- IT leaders must find a way to encourage these workers to stay past retirement, or capture that knowledge and wisdom before they leave, transferring it to other workers to ensure the institutional knowledge is not lost.
Avoid losing critical employee knowledge. Plan now for the demographic shift of baby boomers heading into retirement and avoid being left in a crisis situation.
The purpose of the Performance Measurement and Professional Development section is to gather performance feedback, at regular intervals, and to apply that feedback as a component in the professional development program.
Building a steady and reliable IT staffing contingent is getting harder. Learn how to mitigate opportunity and productivity risks associated with talent gaps by applying succession development best practices.
Many IT leaders make costly mistakes in their succession development practice, and as a result, their succession development plans fail or even backfire. Watch this video to identify these mistakes and learn to avoid them.