Top I.T Skills For Business & Management Jobs In 2016

Horn Your Skills, Get The Training


Good management is the art of making problems so interesting and their solutions so constructive that everyone wants to get to work and deal with them. As a leading manager in your field, are your I.T skills up to date?

Managers are probably some of the most busy people n any organization who have the most responsibilities and yet lead and manage teams of staff.  In most industries, ranging from manufacturing, financial services, technology and science, Managers often play a juggling act and often times perform like an orchestra conductor in-order to keep the company afloat.

Managers therefore in many cases do not update their own technical skills often enough, which always come in handy, when an extra pair of hands is needed on deck to meet a critical deadline. The technical work is most likely handed over to the “techie” whose job is to handle technical work. A manager with impeccable I.T skills is invaluable to any organization and contribute immensely at all levels in any organization, and is more “hands-on” than in-secure office-bound managers who continuously feel relegated by fast evolving organizations that depend on technology that’s changing at a faster pace than ever before.

For the manager, the top skills to have in 2016 (and associated training) are heavy on document management, planning, project management and collaboration. Our top recommendations for you are as follows:

Skype for Business

Visio 2013

Project 2013

Office 365

 Course: Core Solutions using Skype for Business 2015   Course : Visio 2013 Core Essentials  Course : Mastering Project 2013  Course: Office 365: First Look


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