Building Your IT Career is used in colleges worldwide - both as an add-on text and as the primary course material. Instructors and students can download the academic resources here.
Be sure to reach out! Matthew has often provided video Q&A directly into classrooms where his book is used. If you are interested in that, contact us.
Proactive and positive advice to help you launch and grow your IT career. Plus, your questions answered and topical information meant to help you develop the most rewarding and profitable career possible.
Author Matthew Moran delivers keynotes and workshops covering topics ranging from IT careers, IT department to business unit communication, building your consulting practice, and others. His presentations provide entertainment and information - often involving music and audience interaction.
"Be Proactive! Be Positive! Add Value! Share Opportunity!"
The oft-quote phrase, "It's not what you know but who you know."
is cynical and short-sighted. It implies your skill and knowledge is unimportant.
My modification: "It's who knows you and knows what you know."
This means your talent and professional networking are critical. This puts you in control!
The Value-added Technologist I’ll be traveling to Wisconsin (brrr) later this month to keynote the Why IT? Conference! My keynote is: The Value-added Technologist. I discuss career advice and the need for IT professionals to think of their jobs from the perspective of the value they bring their employer. The event is hosted by Moraine Park Technical College and Waukesha […]Continue reading
From my most recent blog at CIO Magazine. I discuss: The best CIO I ever worked for Why job titles might be killing innovation The most important sentence in your job description And 3 lessons about where innovation lives Would love your input here or at CIO Magazine. Link: Why Job Titles Kill InnovationContinue reading
“I’m paying my dues.” It is a phrase that makes me shudder with fear. Implying that you must grind your way through unhappy, unsatisfying roles, until some theoretical point where you have paid an undetermined debt against career or business doldrums and future advancement. And then, upon paying your dues, you have now, “paid your […]Continue reading