Why Humans Aren't Computers: Discuss on Interop Radio

For IT executives, it's important to remember that workers are not just another piece of hardware. Find out how you can program a better working environment on Interop Radio.

Aug 21, 2014

NEW YORK, Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- There is no programming language or API that can help CIOs create a better and more workable IT department. In fact, executives need to treat employees like people, not computers.

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Join host Curt Franklin and guest Michele Chubirka on a special edition of Interop Radio this Friday, August 22, starting at 2:00 p.m. EDT (11:00 a.m. PDT). During the show, Franklin and Chubirka will discuss how executives can build healthy, non-robotic relationships between employees, while ensuring that critical work is done, and done right.

Click here to register for this week's Interop Radio Show, and to learn more about the program. After the show, check out the InformationWeek website for a live chat, where Franklin and Chubirka will take your questions.

Chubirka is an IT professional who knows how people's emotional wiring can trigger positive and negative responses, and she knows what it takes for leaders to motivate employees and engage workers in team efforts. In addition, she'll share insights from author and consultant Joe Weston's Respectful Confrontation method of conflict resolution and collaboration.

If you are interested in hearing more from Chubirka and other IT leaders live and in person, please register to attend the 2014 Interop conference in New York City, which kicks off September 29 and runs through October 3, at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.

The Interop conference offers a unique opportunity to help you connect with your IT colleagues, help your career take off, and learn how technology is changing the way business is done. You can find more information about Interop New York and the show speakers, as well as the registration page, here.

To listen to this Friday's Interop Radio show at 2:00 p.m., please click here.

Scott Ferguson
Community Editorial Director, UBM Tech

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