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If you can’t beat them, them leave them.

Have you submitted a proposal before but only to get rejected,lost or simply just too expensive.

To this stage unfortunately some organization still see IT as a business expense as oppose to a service to the business, what makes it worse are people in management that feels all money spent comes from their own pocket. Being proactive was the key to providing good service in addition to good communication, and when I mean by communication this is is just simply keeping everyone informed. Still no support from management you are now being reactive and simply don’t care anymore, common words for the day among your peers are “It’s an expensive solution” or simply “It’s not in the budget”.

I have seen people leave and some remain in the job hoping things will change. Have you been in a similar situation or know of any one that has been or could be in a similar situation?

You know what they say “It’s hard to teach old dogs new tricks”.

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  1. Reiiimerrredddd
    10 September 2008 at 12:16 pm

    Lets just hope all the old people leave the IT industry soon with there outdated ideas and bad management skills. There is no place for them in the IT world anymore, as they just hold everyone up and drag everyone behind. We all need bosses that listen and want your ideas because they can make the business better.

  2. 11 September 2009 at 6:07 am

    Hi! I was surfing and found your blog post… nice! I love your blog. 🙂 Cheers! Sandra. R.

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