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Q: What is it like working as an Information Technology (IT) Director?

April 2014
"Listen And Learn."
Information Technology (IT) Director:
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.
June 2014
"Executives Already Know The Answer To Their Own Question."
Information Technology (IT) Director:
Tell the truth. 90% of all Executives know the answer to their own questions.
October 2014
"Develop your people."
Information Technology (IT) Director:
Focus on Strategy, Operation Excellence, and People Development.
November 2014
"Be technological not device buyer."
Information Technology (IT) Director:
Be structured mind problem solver, do not impose solutions that do not meet company goals.
December 2015
"Be passionate, creative, and data driven."
Information Technology (IT) Director:
Do not be afraid to think differently and break traditional IT molds. Be passionate about your work, drive creativity, and use data to show the value of your accomplishments.
December 2014
"You need to know everything."
Information Technology (IT) Director:
Learn everything you can about how every facet of the business operates. In order to be successful you must provide solutions with real bottom-line impact to executives who do not want to know anything about the details. Phrase everything in terms of business benefit and never (visibly) do anything for the sake of technological purity.
January 2015
"The amount of paperwork and contract review involved."
Information Technology (IT) Director:
Focus on project management and dont micro-manage. Trust your employees to make some of their own judgement calls and let them know you are always willing to discuss any issue with them. Also communicate regularly with other department leaders to make sure IT is providing the tools to make each department as productive as possible.