Hiring enough tech talent to facilitate digital transformations typically tops the list of challenges CIOs face.

They could do worse than follow the blueprint crafted by 125-year-old General Electric.The company has lured top tech executives from Apple, Google and Microsoft by underscoring the huge role GE plans to play in the so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution, an era defined more by software platforms and APIs than heavy metal.
It has also overhauled a talent recruitment practice that was more suited for the industrial giant of yore by bringing in technical recruiters who offer the kind compensation packages pitched by Silicon Valley titans.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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