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

April 2015
"Look for learning opportunities."
Information Technology (IT) Manager:
Try to show a willingness to take on tasks in areas where you have no experience.
April 2015
Information Technology (IT) Manager:
...hammer them out the interview if you can. Develop a clear line of communication and stick to it, stick to it, stick to it. Especially in smaller organizations when you lack staff to get it all done. Use the communications with your stakeholders to create realistic expectations, adhere to those realistic expectations with gusto, and be absolutely sure to deliver on them.
June 2015
"Strong job growth now and for the long term."
Information Technology (IT) Manager:
Companies going through business process re-engineering may well look to the information systems manager to deal with change management.
June 2015
Information Technology (IT) Manager:
Pros: Coming up with innovative ideas and actually implementing them.
Cons: Glass ceiling at exco level.
June 2015
"Good Management."
Information Technology (IT) Manager:
Be Cost and Business Value Conscious. Remember you work in a service industry and service is paramount to all clients internal and external you work with. Reward hardworking staff and mentor them as you will get more value out of this.
June 2015
"Work hard, learn everything you can!"
Information Technology (IT) Manager:
Education is key to getting a job, but really knowing your stuff is how you keep it.
May 2016
"PC Repair, Desktop Support."
Information Technology (IT) Manager:
Study your environment, learn the basis of the network first.