I think that it would probably be safe to say that despite the arrival of social media tools, email is still the #1 tool that IT managers use to both get and distribute information. Email has so many different things working in its favor: everyone has an email address so everyone can be reached, we … Read moreHow IT Managers Can Deal With The Tragedy Of Unreturned Emails
What have you always pictured your boss looking like? If you are anything like me, you’ve always pictured them as a grumpy old man. Or a grumpy old woman if you want to get all modern. However, there is one thing that I’ve never really pictured my boss as being – younger than I am! … Read moreWhat To Do When Your Boss Is Younger Than You Are
Hey IT manager, I bet that you didn’t realize just exactly how big the group of millennials who are working for your company had gotten! It turns out that 18-34 year olds make up 34% of the U.S. job market – the biggest group out there. Next comes the Gen-Xers who make up 32% and … Read moreIT Managers Need To Decide: Should Their Millennials Stay Or Go?
When the unemployment numbers dip down, it can become a lot harder for an IT manager use his or her IT manager skills to find the right people to staff his or her team with. The pool of candidates is just a lot smaller – and there are a lot of other companies that they … Read moreHow IT Managers Can Use Charity To Recruit The Best Workers
IT managers are working in a unique time. We have three very different generations working on our teams and the way that we go about managing them has to be quite different – do you have the IT manager skills that will be needed to do this?. In addition to the Baby Boomers and the … Read moreHow IT Managers Can Manage Millennials