The path to career success is not a linear one, especially for women in tech. This episode of the ISG Digital Dish explores the power of following your passion, as well as some of the inherent challenges of working in this industry, where women are still hugely underrepresented. Taylor Card, Hannah Stapleton and Allie Woodcock join host Jeanne Cuff to share about their non-linear paths to their current digital careers. Together, they discuss what is needed to ensure women entering the technology industry thrive. What are the expectations of women in tech? And what does the digital future look like for them?
About the hostsLois Coatney
Lois is a recognized expert in the field of Service Management and Governance. As Partner and President, ISG GovernX®, she drives innovation and industry leading practices in the area of service integration, operational effectiveness and operating model transformation. She brings more than 25 years of experience in IT operations transformation to her work with such ISG clients as Abbott, CNA, Exelon, Loblaw, Monsanto, Pitney Bowes and United Technologies.
Jeanne Cuff is an Associate Director in the Governance Services-Managed Services organization who brings a broad set of experiences to support ISG clients. Jeanne has over 20 years of senior leadership and consulting roles in operations, human resources, network and SaaS.
Missy Lawrence-Johnston is a Culture & Change-Leadership expert with a passion for organizational effectiveness and human capital optimization. A recognized speaker and executive coach leading our Americas Operating Models Capability, Missy’s distinct competency is in corporate culture, Executive Coaching, Product Models & Mindset, and cultural change-leadership programs. Her zeal for agile and product team dynamics, C-suite coaching, and empowering psychologically safe environments have landed her on Business First’s Top 40 under 40 Professionals for her Digital Culture and Human Behavior Dynamics Playbooks. Her 20 years of experience are grounded in Brain-based Leadership, Operating Models, IT HRBP, Neuroscience, HCM, HR Mergers and Acquisitions, Organizational Effectiveness & OD, Culture Change, CMMI, enterprise agility, DevOps, and Productizing/Product Oriented Delivery in a variety of industries.