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3 Key Questions: Does Your CIO Resume Prove You Deserve a Seat at the Big Table?

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3 Key Questions: Does Your CIO Resume Prove You Deserve a Seat at the Big Table?

For too long, the CIO was seen as the 'junior partner' in the C-suite—the nuts and bolts guy who kept everything running, but didn't have a lot of input into business strategy—and who, too often, wasn't taken terribly seriously by the other members of the executive team. Sure, the title was CIO. But too often, the CIO was still asked to get the AV running for a presentation—as though he or she was still a technical resource.

 

Happily, that's changed to a large degree…

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CIO Transformation: Selling Long Term Investment

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CIO Transformation: Selling Long Term Investment

A key aspect of the current CIO transformation is shifting the conversation from cost cutting to the real return on long term technology investment. That can be challenging conversation - especially if the CIO's role is seen primarily as "keeping the lights on."

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Beware of "One Size Fits All" IT Resume Advice!

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Beware of "One Size Fits All" IT Resume Advice!

It's a rare week that I don't see a blog post or article with the 3, 5, 7, or 10 things that a job seeker MUST or MUST NOT include on a resume.

There's one big problem with articles like this. They go on the assumption that every career is the same, and that there's an simple template - a cookie cutter approach - that works for every career, every resume, every job seeker.

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The 3 Most Common Strategic Missteps that Derail CIO Resumes

In this series of blogs, I'm going to address the 3 most significant issues that I see in the IT resumes that cross my desk.

And I'll start at the top of the organization - with CIO and CTO resumes - and continue the series with IT Directors, IT Managers, and then address issues that I see in the resumes of "hands-on" IT professionals.

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