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  • David Evans
    Following up from the initial statements on the EU referendum, we're looking to start a series of dialogues amongst BCS members, and with partners / stakeholders, to help ensure a prosperous and thriving future.
  • The UK has always thrived as an international trading nation and global leader in science and engineering. As we leave the EU we need to ensure we have the right support in place for our science and engineering education and research ecosystem if we are to continue to succeed in a global economy.
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    This week we have a guest blog from Hunter Muller, CEO at HMG Strategy, LLC, a company which assists CIOs (Chief Information Officers) in becoming transformational executives and leaders. Drawing on more than 25 years of experience in consulting with IT executive leaders, Hunter is a multi-title book author and a frequent industry speaker on transformational leadership and innovation.
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    The ever-widening IT skills gap needs filling. Organisations that fail to take proactive steps could lose a competitive advantage. CIOs must help their firms develop a coping strategy for talent management and development.
  • The UK has always thrived as an international trading nation and global leader in science and engineering. As we leave the EU we need to ensure we have the right support in place for our science and engineering education and research ecosystem if we are to continue to succeed in a global economy.
  • David Evans
    BCS is here to make IT good for society, and the result of the referendum on UK membership of the European Union will have significant long term implications for IT in the UK, and for how IT affects UK society.
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    Technology, although crucial, is just a tool. Any organisation that wants to make the most from systems and services must focus on the people that will use IT. To meet this aim, the modern IT department must be customer-centric.
  • Chris Yapp Blog Avatar
    The world is changing. Yesterday we had vinyl records, paperback books and we shopped on the high street. Today people enjoy ebooks, MP3s and they shop online. Despite its growth, digital may struggle to completely replace physical experiences.
  • Brian Runciman
    What are the issues around personal data and the reality of cross-sector information sharing? On 9 June BCS hosted its latest IT Impact event on this very subject.
  • Thinking of changing your career and have an interest in computing? Or just want to help inspire the next generation of computer scientists?

Featured blogs

  • A blog on books, authors and subjects that relate to our publishing.
  • BCS’s Group CEO casts his eye over IT, computer science, the role of the Institute in digital society and more.
  • Thoughts and findings on big data and social networking trends, infused with some parallels around music and solution architecture.
  • A regular look at how digital leaders can embrace and embed organisational change through their people.
  • A look at why and how everyone can benefit from digital skills.
  • The context, stakeholders and technologies of DRM.
  • The BCS Editors' blog.
  • FutureTech-FutureSoc
  • Thoughts on membership, the profession, and the occasional pseudo-random topic from the policy and community director.
  • Musings about people, process and performance and how you too can excel in IT service management.
  • A blog of the interesting, amusing and downright weird in IT.
  • Views on Project Management in Context.