What was the impetus for writing The US Technology Skills Gap?

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Gary Beach (Author & Publisher Emeritus, CIO Magazine)

Gary Beach talks about what led to his writing the book, The US Technology Skills Gap, and how conversations with CIO’s who were finding it hard to fill IT jobs played a role in his desire to address the skills gap issue.


About Author

Gary Beach

Author & Publisher Emeritus, CIO Magazine

Gary Beach’s career spans over three decades in the information technology media business. He has held executive posts at McGraw-Hill on Data Communications, the world’s first digital networking magazine, and at International Data Group where he was publisher of Network World, Computerworld and CIO Magazine. Mr.Beach contributed technology commentaries to National Public Radio’s programs and appeared regularly for a decade on CNBC’s programs as well, where he spoke about technology investment and acquisition trends. He is the author of The U.S. Technology Skills Gap, which critics acclaim the “best contextual history of STEM education written”. Gary currently is a guest columnist for The Wall Street Journal where he writes regularly on the topic of technology talent.

Interviewed By

Phil Weinzimer

Phil Weinzimer

Author & President, Strategere Consulting

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