Federal government agencies and the technology teams working to support them today are facing increasing demands and unprecedented challenges. A top priority for them is cultivating the best possible digital workforce to ensure they are fully prepared to meet these challenges. The continuing retirement of a significant number of experienced tech workers, however, calls for investment in new approaches to talent recruitment, training, and management. With mainframes at the heart of many critical government services, the search for new mainframe talent is a primary focus. Fortunately, sound approaches and creative solutions are available to help federal IT organizations address all of these needs.
Join Kristin Saling, Chief Analytics Officer at the Army Talent Management Task Force, and Greg Lotko, SVP and General Manager of Broadcom Mainframe Software Division, as they discuss proven strategies and new tools for growing the pipeline of mainframe talent in the face of challenging times.
- Kristin Saling will discuss the use of new digital services in talent management, and how the pandemic has changed the way she looks at people, platforms, and processes. She offers insights into transformational thinking on topics from collaboration to data visualization and machine learning.
- Greg Lotko will share how open source technologies can help to expand your talent pool beyond just those with traditional mainframe skills. He will also discuss how groundbreaking education initiatives and training programs, such as Broadcom’s Vitality Residency program, are creating a new paradigm for partnership that accelerates the development of new mainframe engineers and operators within government agencies.