The skills crisis. Does it exist and, if so, how can you get the staff that you need where you need them?
It is a well known feature of the IT industry that skills always lag behind high-growth areas, and that industry is always left scrambling to keep up.
More and more the answer seems to be that companies have a role to play in solving the skills crisis and training staff, rather than leaving it to government, national training.
There is also the question of whether a business should do a better job of predicting the IT skills staff it will need in 18 months' time, rather than leaving it to the last minute and then throwing money at the problem.
That approach is clearly not working. Analyst Gartner reckons that the number of unfilled IT vacancies around the world will grow by 40 per cent, to at least 1.5 million, by the end of this year.
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