I am in IT working as a Sr Developer. How do I advance in career where there are lot of poeple with similar skills and experience? My goal is to get to the level of Project Manager where I can control teams positions globally and control several projects at the same time. How do I get the confidence to move ahead? My biggest fear is to participate in team meetings (both in person and over the phone) where I have to voice my opinion and take instant decision on issues that I am not truly familiar with.
Also, how does one get to understand the situation completely where there are lot of dependencies involved? I know it takes time to analyze and understand completely but what is a reasonable time? What if in a weeks time, you still do not get a complete grasp of the subject and you have to provide various alternatives?
I realize communication is very important in this aspect. Are there any good books out there to improve this?
I have been selected for Sr. Project Engineer Post by Dr. Salim Ali Career Manager of Principal hospital. He has requested me to contact International Global Visa rites to get me Visa , Work permit etc. I would like to know whether this is a genuine offer? Please answer.
I'm trying to figure out how to get a job in the oil fields i have no experience and no degrees or anything i'm fresh out of high school and around how much will i make?and were would i apply?
I am doing a job application and it says, "Use 3-5 words that best describes your professional experience (i.e. "Sr. Network Administrator " or "Experienced HR Analyst" or "Seasoned Project Manager")," except I have no job experience whatsoever so I don't know what to put. I would appreciate if anyone could help. Thank you!
Trying to fill the following positions:Senior Database Analyst, Customer Service Analyst, Business Systems Adminstrator, BSA IV, V, Maximo Service Administrator, Project Portfolio Analyst, BA III, BA IV, Senior Communications Specialist, Systems Tech Project Manager, SR Systems Engineer, SR Integration Engineer, SR Application Developer-Integration, SR Application Administrator-TIBCO
I am being offered a job for 57000 as a Sr. Project Manager Associate. Is this a good offer?
I have a job offer in which I would be working 3 main functions, doing financial analysis, marketing database development and maintainence, and working on marketing and operations projects. I currently have an analyst title (marketing research analyst), and would rather have a title that indicates a promotion, as it is a pretty hefty salary increase. The company has indicated they are flexible with they title, which they have named Senior Business Analyst. (the senior part doesn't do it for me in terms of showing what I would like to) I don't know if they would go for an AVP title, but if they would, AVP of what? Marketing and Finance? They do not have an AVP in either role currently, though they have a number of AVP's in other areas. They might be more apt to choose something in between Sr. Analyst and AVP. But what would that be? The position reports to the EVP/CFO and is under the Finance area. This is the banking industry. Thanks in advance!
I have great people skills, i mean great. Ive always worked with the public, and am tech savvy. The job im applying for asks for this specifically:
Use 3-5 words that best describes your professional experience
(i.e. "Sr. Network Administrator " or "Experienced HR Analyst" or "Seasoned Project Manager").
ps: obviously i dont use my top grammar on yahoo answers. i typed it in quickly, most people get the question im asking without capitalization etc. geez.
What is the Scope of a Software Engineer(Bachelors Degree Holder) in today's digital World??More over how much he/she should be good in Software Engineering to get a Nice job? and please also mention that what Languages and Which Areas should he/she should cover in Software engineering to get a Nice job?? Thanks Kindly answer every part of my question.. waiting for your answers :)
I'm 15, and was wondering if WMU is a good aviation university to go to to hopefully fly corporately and privately for fun. What types of grades do I need to maintain my junior and senior year in high school? Can you give me some background grade wise and/or school info? Thanks in advance!
For a project, i need a pyramid, or chart idea of in what order it goes, order of powers
I am looking for a good recruiter that can target Socal (Woodland Hills & surroundings) that knows about insurance/healthcare/pharmaceuticals industries. So far keep getting recruiters that only have junior positions or temps. I am a senior level PM with lots of experience and am looking for a fit both in the type of work but also the level of compensation. Any help would be appreciated. Also, the recruiter should not charge me a fee as some have tried. Thanks!
Hi I am a mechanical engineer major. Is it necessary to take a business major or minor to become involved in management within an engineering company? It would probably make it much easier to attain a job within that realm, no? Can I enter this realm without taking business minor/major, as many technological company leaders have done?
I know in Oracle consulting technical the levels are IC3=Pr Consultant, IC4 = Sr Pr Consultant etc.. I am looking similar levels for Project Management employees...
I am working in Leading IT industry with 7.5 yrs experience
in India, Now i have a sudden thinking towards whether to get into
Architect role or Project Management role ?
I would like to get some suggestion on this. Also clarify
Who is earning higher salary in a longer run ?
I would appreciate if some provide data with evidence.
I started my first job out of college on Monday as a consultant in the roll of a jr. project manager. I started thinking this was a bad idea only after orientation was over, and they had shown me to my desk.
I received e-mails from my sr. program manger asking me to read and familiarize myself with our clients work. Today, I literally read all day, 8-4. And I don't even know if I can leave at 4, I mean its 8 hours of work*. We do have flex time.....
I was so excited out this opportunity, and then day 1 came. Overload would be an understatement. The fact that I said to myself "this may not be what you thought it was, you may have made a mistake" after the first day is probably a good hint.
I am just starting, and starting with nothing is always the hardest. It could just be that, getting over the h**p, and once I am in the swing of things it will get better. But when I think about that office, all day, 5 days a week, I say "is that all? Is this what I went to school for?".
I am far from lazy, so it's defiantly not a lack of effort on my part. There is so much ambiguity.
Any way, if anyone has some info about a similar situation comment away.
We had a contractor build us a deck. He did a good job till he painted it. Then he splattered paint on the siding. I'm not sure if it was water or oil based stain and I don't want to contact him to find out. It really ticked me off!
I also have the option of switching to Computer Science just incase...