Information Technology (IT) Manager Advice
Q: What do you wish you knew about your job when you first started out?
Information Technology (IT) Manager in Walnut Creek:
"How much I had to learn over the years."
Learn as much about everything as you can.
Information Technology (IT) Manager in Roanoke:
"The Most Important Thing You Have To Do Is Say Thank You."
People are the most important asset you have. Showing appreciation for the efforts of others is critically important.
Information Technology (IT) Manager in Seattle:
"Love Learning And Embrace Change."
"Discipline or innovation" is a false choice. Discipline without innovation is just bureaucracy and innovation without discipline is not scalable.