10 Ways IT Employees are Different from Everyone Else - 'Failure is normal to geeks.'



What it means: In IT only about a quarter of projects are completed on time and as specified. Technologists in the business accept this as a fact of life, and people who manage them should as well A manager who walks in the door saying 'Failure is not an option' risks being branded a goat, because failure is always an option, Glen says. This type of manager also risks costing an organization oodles of money when the staff delays telling him or her a project is unfeasible for fear of the reaction.


Baseline's first installment of a four-part series on how to get the most from your IT role players.


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