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5 Ways IT Can Crush Corporate Caste System
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cleveng
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cleveng,
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5/7/2013 | 3:23:03 AM
re: 5 Ways IT Can Crush Corporate Caste System
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Laurianne
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5/6/2013 | 7:31:12 PM
re: 5 Ways IT Can Crush Corporate Caste System
Also: Are you hiring listeners? Too many IT "rock stars" are all talk and no listen. That used to be prized in the 90's...Does your recruiting process identify the folks who know how to both talk and listen? Or does it just favor the talkers.

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DDURBIN1,
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5/6/2013 | 7:12:19 PM
re: 5 Ways IT Can Crush Corporate Caste System
Today there are fewer IT leads reporting to the CEO than there was 10 years ago. There's really no action a CIO/IT lead can do that will change his position in the organization. Most corporations are top down management structures. Lets face reality, Harvard still reads IT departments as cost centers to be managed by the head bean counter. Other than a reduced budget, a fly on the wall is the most the CFO wants from the IT department when it comes to the business.


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