What’s Your Tech Career Road Map Look Like? Smooth or Bumpy?

When mapping out your next IT or tech career move, knowing your value and setting achievable goals is a vital first step. In setting goals, the priority should not center on the number of opportunities (quantity) rather on the right opportunities (quality) that align with those values. Specificity in these matters is the key. If […]

“Poor Requirements Gathering and Analysis”: The Project Management Death Knell

Since 2012, in an effort to understand what problems the PMP hiring market is looking to solve, so that I can better position my clients in the marketplace, I have been running an annual poll on Polldaddy asking this question of my connections in tech: Year after year, without fail, the number #1 response is […]

IT Director With Long Tenure at Same Company: Asset or Liability?

Unlike Sam, whom we featured in our last segment as a Technology and Software Innovation Leader, Danielle is a Technology Director who has been with the same company her entire career. She started with them doing database work and hardware support before growing into development and IT operations roles. She wanted to position herself for managerial […]

Executive Resume Strategy for a Technology Software and Innovation Leader

I recently had the opportunity to work with a technology leader – let’s call him Sam — who specializes in solutions architecture design, software development, and innovation, most notably in the areas of real-time Web and mobile solutions as well as business productivity tools. Sam’s company had recently gone through two re-organizations, and he was […]

Not Enough Time for Your Next Career Move?

Are you a professional that feels pressure to find job search time? You know it is time to go, but you can’t see how you can get it all done. After all, you likely work 50-60 or more hours per week and have other obligations, like family. Do you find yourself wondering: “Where will I […]

Supply & Demand Works Better Than Ever in the Mid-December Executive Job Search

If you’ve read any of my other content, you know that I like to challenge “conventional” wisdom and go against the grain from what most people are saying. It’s not because I want to be a rebel, but the truth doesn’t change because the opinion of the majority says so. Simply put, it makes me […]

Your Job Search & Networking: It’s not that you can’t, it’s that…

Recently, Thomas came to us recognizing he needed help in his job search. He wanted a senior-level Software Development position in Europe (he was currently located in the US) and really had no contacts there. He also realized that he had only about 10 hours a week to spend on his job search and most […]

Brian Tracy’s Newest Book, UNcommon

Brian Tracy has teamed with Stephen Van Vreede and several leading experts from various industries to release the new book, “UNcommon,” by CelebrityPress. (Don’t Miss the Exclusive Offer Below!) Stephen Van Vreede, Founder of ITtechExec, has joined a select group of business experts and entrepreneurs from around the world, along with best-selling author and business development expert Brian […]

How to Find 800+ CIO Recruiters in an Instant

Your CIO Job Search Can Be Simpler … You Don’t Have to Do It All Yourself. Recruiters may seem like they are everywhere, but finding the ones who specifically place CIOs like you (and in YOUR salary range) can take a lot of work. So why not do yourself a favor? Save hours of research and frustration. My […]

IT Job Search Security

How Certain Are You With Your IT Job Search In An Uncertain Market? Dear IT Pro, Making a career move in today’s tech job market can be uncertain. It can penalize you for things you often can’t control … for being too “old,” too experienced, too qualified, too “technical,” too expensive. It might not reward […]

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