What do you wish you knew about your job when you first started out?
Information Technology (IT) Director in Houston:
"Be technological not device buyer."
Be structured mind problem solver, do not impose solutions that do not meet company goals.
Information Technology (IT) Director in West Palm Beach:
"Executives Already Know The Answer To Their Own Question."
Tell the truth. 90% of all Executives know the answer to their own questions.
Information Technology (IT) Director in New York:
"Listen And Learn."
Most people performing their jobs daily, understand it better than an outside expert. You simply have to learn what questions to ask, along with how and when to ask these questions, to get a comprehensive response or one that you can work with.
Strategic thinking and active listening are probably the two most important aspects of this job.
Information Technology (IT) Director in Miami:
"Know The Strategy."
It is important to know and understand the goals and objectives of a company and even more important to have that information clearly communicated throughout the organization.
Information Technology (IT) Director in San Antonio:
"Leadership Of The Company."
If I knew the leadership was as terrible as it is, I would not have taken the position.