5 steps to becoming a global IT leader

As more organizations expand to new locations around the world, a growing number of IT leaders are finding themselves collaborating with colleagues, staff and business partners in places with drastically different personal, work and ethics practices.

For an IT professional, moving into a global management environment can be both a shock and a matchless career advancement opportunity. “IT professionals must be prepared to drive innovation in today’s globally interconnected markets,” says Sandra Smith, director of Brown University’s IT Leadership Program. “To this end, they need transferable leadership skills effective across all markets, industry and cultures.”

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As more organizations expand to new locations around the world, a growing number of IT leaders are finding themselves collaborating with colleagues, staff and business partners in places with drastically different personal, work and ethics practices.

For an IT professional, moving into a global management environment can be both a shock and a matchless career advancement opportunity. "IT professionals must be prepared to drive innovation in today’s globally interconnected markets," says Sandra Smith, director of Brown University's IT Leadership Program. "To this end, they need transferable leadership skills effective across all markets, industry and cultures."

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