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IT Management 101 Book

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In this book, written by Mike Sisco, eleven key traits of successful IT managers are emphasized that will leapfrog you past other managers. IT Management 101 provides a solid foundation in which to build upon in developing your IT management skills and capabilities.

Managing technology resources can be much easier if you know what to do, how to do it, and have tools with examples to help you. In this book, written by Mike Sisco, eleven key traits of successful IT managers are emphasized that will leapfrog you past other managers. Tools are included to help you assess an IT situation and to gain insight to insure your team is in sync with your company's needs. IT Management 101 provides a solid foundation upon which to build upon in developing your IT management skills and capabilities.

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  • IT Management 101.pdf
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