What is the best book to learn about IT management?
I am going to accept voluntary redundancy from my firm where I have worked for 5 years as a technical support specialist - SQL server, in the UK. I have decided that I am ambitious and am prepared to take some risk in seeing whether I can move my career forward to IT manager, then on to IT director and higher. What book(s) could I read to help me achieve this ambition? What else can I do to help achieve this objective? Do an MBA perhaps? I am a graduate from a good UK university. Thanks Thank you Dave - very helpful. Any other answers?
Asked By: Neil M - 5/5/2007
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It depends on where you want to go in life. If you want to stay with the IT career field and move up, you have to go back to the classroom and get some "higher skills" in order to stay employed. I am speaking as a Yank, so take my advice with a grain of salt, but here in the US many of the technical support... More
Answered By: DaveInSeoul - 5/5/2007
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Don't bother. Cwjobs and theITjobboard have loads of stuff in your line.
Answered By: Joe Kool - 5/5/2007
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