Dr. Jim Anderson Speaks, Trains, Coaches, and Provides Consulting To Help People Become Great IT Managers
Dr. Jim Anderson Speaks, Trains, Coaches, and Provides Consulting To Help People Become Great IT Managers

Managing an IT team is not just a job, it’s a science. Nobody knows more about the science of managing IT teams than Dr. Jim Anderson.

“I don’t embrace excuses for why IT teams aren’t being successful, I embrace solutions.”

Over the last 25 years, Dr. Anderson has transformed failing IT teams worldwide. Dr. Anderson will turn these lost teams into department champions.

Dr. Jim Anderson understands what it is like to both work in an IT department as an employee as well as a manager.

The most expensive hardware and software in the world is worthless if you don’t have the best team on board to take care of it and keep it running. Too often IT staff members become bored, disinterested, or just burned out and either stop trying or, even worse, leave.

This doesn’t have to be your IT team’s fate. As an IT manager, you can have a charged up, motivated team that “gets it”. Each firm is different and Dr. Anderson understands this.

Welcome to the premier blog for learning how to attract, motivate, and retain top IT staff.

In this blog, “The Accidental IT Leader“, Dr. Anderson explains business operations in terms that IT staff will understand. He cuts out the parts that don’t matter and focuses on the big picture. You can pay to get an MBA or you can read this blog…

The Accidental IT Leader blog is a publication of Blue Elephant Consulting. Blue Elephant Consulting uses our unique IT manager evaluation tools to show IT professionals, IT departments, and professional associations what an IT manager needs to do in order to be effective and then provides proprietary speaking, consulting, group conference call coaching, and digital training products and services to help individuals develop these skills.

For more information on Blue Elephant Consulting and IT Leadership, go to: www.BlueElephantConsulting.com

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