There's been a lot of discussion in the industry recently about making the transition from IT manager to IT executive, mostly to the tune that the skills that got you to that transition might not carry you beyond it. If you're the kind of techie whose personal ambitions don't include the corner IT office, you've probably read the first few senten......Full article >>>
it's a response. Budget cuts aren't a driver, they're a response. Re-orgs and right-sizings (gack) and flattening are all just responses. If you want your next career move to be anything more than just a reaction to somebody else's decision, you'd better start shifting your focus from the responses to what's driving those responses.
There are some archetypal drivers to help start your sea......Full article >>>
our job not as a limited specific set of skills but, rather, as an example of a larger, repeated need throughout your organization and across your particular industry, you can begin to generate a list of archetypes on your own. You can then follow those archetypes into your organization and into the future of that business. You already do this when dealing with technology. Almost everybody directl......Full article >>>
in the Big Easy. They've all survived, but there is so much work ahead. Please find a way to pitch in and help.