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The Value of a Common Language across the Entire Enterprise

The Value of a Common Language across the Entire Enterprise By Jay Scroggins The rapid migration of nearly all business processes to digital mediums, not to mention the crush of networked devices heading our way as part of the Internet of Things tidal wave – has made it a nearly impossible feat to

By |2021-07-12T14:29:43-04:00July 16th, 2015|Communication and Education Management, ITAK|0 Comments

Guidance for Selecting Training – Credentials Matter

Guidance for Selecting Training - Credentials Matter By IAITAM Editor’s Note: In IT Asset Management, everyone is our customer; the success of ITAM relies on the cooperation of many. Creditability is essential and is built through keeping our knowledge current and improving our skills. Training is a major source of knowledge and

By |2021-07-12T14:29:44-04:00December 14th, 2014|Communication and Education Management, ITAK|0 Comments

Do System Administrators Need an MSDN? – Untangling Microsoft Developer Network’s (MSDN) Licensing

Do System Administrators Need an MSDN? - Untangling Microsoft Developer Network's (MSDN) Licensing By John Grubb The Microsoft Developer Network, better known as MSDN, is one of Microsoft’s most fascinating and misunderstood products. Over my 15 years at Microsoft, I experienced many new MSDN launches, and each brought new and exciting features.

By |2021-07-12T14:29:44-04:00September 22nd, 2014|Communication and Education Management, ITAK|0 Comments

Max Communication Skills During Negotiations – Strategies and Skills that Make a Difference

Max Communication Skills During Negotiations - Strategies and Skills that Make a Difference By Jenny Schuchert The Basics The underlying skill that makes or breaks any negotiator is communication, both as a giver of information and a receiver of information.  Communicating during negotiations is not about delivering a speech, or using perfect

By |2021-07-12T14:29:44-04:00November 11th, 2013|Communication and Education Management, ITAK|0 Comments

FORE! – Leading a Meeting from a Golf Perspective

FORE! - Leading a Meeting from a Golf Perspective By Stephen Becker, Seagate Technology The way we communicate with others has a long-lasting, critical impact on our careers. If we excel with every presentation, speech, or meeting, we can expect our careers to take us to new levels. The opposite is true

By |2021-07-12T14:29:44-04:00October 19th, 2013|Communication and Education Management, ITAK|0 Comments

The “Silo” Effect – Take the Time to Prevent Silos

The "Silo" Effect - Take the Time to Prevent Silos By Diane Shepard-Hill The word “silo” sounds a lot like the word “solo.” Not only do these words sound alike, they have similar meanings. Silo is defined as a standalone structure for storage that can be attached to another structure. Unfortunately, so

By |2021-07-12T14:29:45-04:00August 18th, 2013|Communication and Education Management, ITAK|0 Comments

The Policy Popularity Contest – Overcoming End User Resistance with Communication and Education

The Policy Popularity Contest - Overcoming End User Resistance with Communication and Education By Beth Richard, IAITAM A critical success factor for effective ITAM policies and processes is the ability to gain end user support for compliance with the program and its policies. End users resist change, concerned about the inconvenience and

By |2021-07-12T14:29:45-04:00March 16th, 2013|Communication and Education Management, ITAK|0 Comments

Four Reasons for Job Search Struggles – Managing your Career Assets

Four Reasons for Job Search Struggles - Managing your Career Assets By Ken Moore Why is it that nearly every job seeker puts ten times the energy and effort into the job search than what is given back in return? To speak in business terms (and running a strong job search should

By |2021-07-12T14:29:45-04:00January 19th, 2012|Communication and Education Management, ITAK|0 Comments

The SAM Affect – It’s NOT Just for IT

The SAM Affect - It's NOT Just for IT By Paul 'Doc' Burnham & Rod Potter How many times have we all heard that SAM (Software Asset Management) is just an IT issue and IT needs to handle it? While it is true that SAM is associated mainly with IT, it is

By |2021-07-12T14:29:45-04:00August 17th, 2011|Communication and Education Management, ITAK|0 Comments

The Ripple Effect of Communication – Inspiring Change and Results

The Ripple Effect of Communication - Inspiring Change and Results By Jenny Schuchert Are we really as good at communicating information as we think? I gave a speech a few years ago on building communication plans into IT Asset Management projects and focused on what to consider when implementing those plans. The

By |2021-07-12T14:29:46-04:00March 16th, 2011|Communication and Education Management, ITAK|0 Comments

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