Putting an end to stereotypical IT behavior

11/11/2009 | Forbes

The stereotype of IT workers being more interested in demonstrating their skills than helping co-workers still holds a kernel of truth, writes Mike Schaffner. IT departments exist chiefly to help employees access and use their company's systems and data -- a task that requires interpersonal skills as much as technical ones, he argues. IT managers need to start hiring with this broader skill set in mind, he writes.

View Full Article in:


Published in Brief: