While IS staffing trends over the past few years have been somewhat negative, 2003 is turning out to be the worst of the worst. This article provides an overview of how an organizationâs revenues impact changes in IS staff size, and illustrates the trends over the past four years. The data will clearly show that the size of an organization (based on revenues) can often have a significant impact on staffing trends. We examine three sizes of organizations:
IS Staffing Changes by Organizational Size
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