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Based on 3,208 responses, the job of Information Technology (IT) Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.03 out of 5. On average, Information Technology (IT) Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
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January 2014
"Pay Scale Is Not At Mark."
Information Technology (IT) Manager:
Not getting the salary up to industry mark, most of the people in our company are not happy with employer.
March 2014
Information Technology (IT) Manager:
Should have good people management skills before any other tech skills.
April 2014
"Work For A Purpose."
Information Technology (IT) Manager:
As Information Technology Manager, you should be flexible, be able to adjust to the environment and be able to see and analyze how IT can help people processes, operations of the company as a whole, to be able to see beyond the needs of the organization.
April 2014
"Corporate Culture, International Experience."
Information Technology (IT) Manager:
Pros: I interact with all business areas, I manage a team, a set of projects, an important budget and I travel some times to USA and Europe.
Cons: Long hours, pressure all the time, not enough resources.
April 2014
"Managing The IT Infrastructure."
Information Technology (IT) Manager:
Keep infrastructure available at 99%. Manage the team. Avail satisfaction on management expectations.
May 2014
"The Most Important Thing You Have To Do Is Say Thank You."
Information Technology (IT) Manager:
People are the most important asset you have. Showing appreciation for the efforts of others is critically important.
June 2014
"I Wish I Knew Project Management."
Information Technology (IT) Manager:
For new IT Manager, you will venture into knew territory which is the supervisory and managing all aspect of the operation including mentoring and coaching your staff. Done are the days you are working with your own project because you are over viewing you team projects.