Let’s look at what a SharePoint certification can do to make IT teams more knowledgeable and productive. We’ll also discover how SharePoint training can increase productivity for non-technical teams.
To hire the right IT candidates or get your IT teams the proper training, you have to know: What is the most important knowledge for IT teams in 2021?
While the corporate world has its sights set on a digital transformation that enables the future of work, many IT organizations are not prepared for the business strategy skills that will be necessary to their survival.
It is crucial that business owners and managers alike think about how their technology teams can create new opportunities beyond sales. Companies should work to find new lines of business or optimize current processes to grow opportunities for the business overall.
But what skills will the workforce of the future need to grow these opportunities? How do you hire new employees or reskill current ones when you’re not sure what they’ll need to know how to do? Let’s walk through what capabilities your teams will need to have.
If there’s one thing that literally everyone can agree on, it’s that work will change a lot over the next 10 years. Will we be replaced by robots? Will there even be offices? Will everything be so virtual that we can literally work from bed?
Unless you’re ready to retire within the next few years, it’s critical that you think about what work will look like for you and your teams so that you can not only prepare yourself and avoid becoming collateral damage in any staffing reductions, but also to put yourself and your teams positions for success.
As companies continue to set up more infrastructure for distributed teams and faster technology and networks, open positions for network engineers are booming. With 650% job growth in fewer than 10 years and 11.5 million additional jobs expected to open in the next few years, becoming a network engineer can be an exciting, well-paid, and stable career in IT.
Whether you’re keeping track of your vast Pokémon card collection or categorizing users on a global social media platform, knowing how to manage and query a database is invaluable. Organizing, indexing, adding, removing, and deleting — these are some of the most prevalent verbs in data management. Data is the biggest thing on the internet right now and we’re seeing more and more demand for it everywhere we go.
Anyone who wants a piece of that sweet data action needs to start by learning SQL.
Whether your work life is still remote or you’re back to the office in person, now is not the time to let your professional growth slide. Bringing consistent value to your organization and increasing your knowledge and productivity are crucial elements to finding a new job and maintaining and advancing in a current role.
This month, New Horizons Phoenix is offering three free webinars to help you grow in three different areas: leadership, Excel usage and cybersecurity.
Communication is hard enough in person; throw remote circumstances in there and it’s a veritable minefield. Managing a team through any physical or virtual circumstance requires top communication skills, and we all need help.
If you’re part of or managing a team, you may notice that perhaps work is being duplicated, or not done at all. Maybe team members have different understandings of priorities or procedures, or conflicts arise too often for comfort. As individuals, managers, and teams, we all need communication tune-ups now and then. Here are six ways to improve your team communication.
The world of work has undergone massive changes in the past couple of years; not only are more people working remotely, but work has become less role-based and more project-based. While this can create more flexibility, creativity, and independence for employees, for employers, it means that better systems must be in place to ensure that projects are reaching completion on time, on budget, and as promised.
Who’s going to do all that? Project Managers.
Have you ever looked at a process in your organization and thought, “There has got to be a better way to do this,” but you’re not sure what that way is? Are you looking for ways to make bottom line impacts to prove your worth in your organization?
You would probably love Six Sigma training.
If all you know about Six Sigma is from 30 Rock, well, sit back and enjoy this ride, because there’s a lot you can learn from Six Sigma and it is an excellent tool for your professional development.