Why Everyone Hates I.T. People

In addition, old-fashioned thinking where IT projects and resources are marginalised as unimportant utilities, only used reactively. Weigh in if you have thoughts.

“It begins with a management team woefully unaware the process is broken. Next, non-technical staff, unable to produce quality output, learn to shirk responsibility as they throw projects over the fence to IT. Unwilling to place blame on management, business staff point the finger at IT ranting about why a project is late, again. Employees begin to see the company not as one, but two tribes. The business people are seen as those charged with generating ideas while the engineers are the methodical implementors, cranking out instructions verbatim.”

Why Everyone Hates I.T. People

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