Hard Skills and Tech Certs lapse.
Soft Skills are timeless.
our FOCUS: Learn How to Translate Tech Talk
The pace of innovation has left many IT professionals exposed to a changing landscape. As technology life cycles continue to shorten, the value of many technical skills has become short-lived.
“Soft Skills” endure these changes. And, they are essential tools for technology teams to navigate the rapidly shifting business environment, nimbly and effectively. The reason behind this is that the human element is still core to technology advancement.
Collaboration, communication, and coordination skills are increasing in importance. Businesses are demanding employees who can translate technical terms into meaningful business outcomes.
In fact, 77% of employers value Soft Skills as much as Hard Skills.
In our program you’ll learn how to:
The OwnIT Program - course content
Module 1 – Overview and New Concept
Module 2 – Reading the Current Technology Market
Module 3 – Self Assessment and your emotional intelligence
Module 4 – Identifying Identity
Module 5 – Your consequentialist strategy, the root of all action
Module 2 – Expertise vs Leadership
Module 3 – Budgeting, Projects, and establishing ROI
Module 4 – Understanding and Managing Risk
Module 5 – Developing your internal support network (legal, finance, compliance, research etc.)
Module 6 – Establishing Authority
Module 1 – Collaboration is key, know the players and business
Module 2 – Resource Pools – get the help before you need it
Module 3 – Management – Building your Top Talent
Module 4 – Management – Structuring your Teams
Module 5 – Management – Protecting your assets
Module 2 – Diffusion of Innovation
Module 3 – Technology learning framework and Human operations
Module 4 – Framework for understanding business strategy and operations
Module 5 – Defining your unique technology project
Module 2 – The Story Structure
Module 3 – Elements of a story
Module 4 – Speak with people to invent the end first
Module 5 – Craft meaning before you speak
Module 6 – Practice, practice, practice
Module 2 – Self Assessment, again
Module 3 – Identify failures and successes
Module 4 – Setting your new bar
Module 5 – Where to next?