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I've been an IT Resume Writer for many years, and in that time, I've watched the evolution of technical leadership with great interest.
There have been many changes in the CIO role, of course, but if I had to rapidly define that change over the last several years, it's the transformation of the CIO from a primarily tactical - and often reactive - leader of back office systems to that of a full partner with the rest of the C-suite.
There's been a good deal of interest in my previous posts on theChallenge, Action, Results - or CAR - approach to building an interview-winning IT resume. I'd like to expand on that previous information, and give a detailed sense of how CAR can help you analyze your career, uncover your unique value proposition, and create a resume that can win the interview. In addition, thinking Challenge, Action, Results can help provide a critical framework to excel throughout the interview process.
The CAR - Challenge Action Results - approach makes it far easier to see the major themes of your career - rather than getting in lost in the weeds.
In an earlier post, I discussed the value of the CAR - Challenge Action Result Resume format.