"IT management" entries
Close attention to smart change management will yield positive results.
A strong IT strategy reconciles predictability with innovation. It will seldom fly to just have one or the other — both are required, and they must feed off each other.
Prioritization must be determined by the business, not an IT staffer who's just trying to do the right thing.
IT governance can work as a process at the leadership level, but it will fail when the IT team doesn't have the understanding and the language of the process to support it as it manifests downstream.
Coordination, analysis and innovation provide an IT advantage.
We're guaranteed that the needs of the IT jobs marketplace will continue to change, but if each of us is ready to acquire new skills, a career in IT will remain one of the most lucrative and exciting of the professions.