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In today’s IT industry, even though many employees produce good results, only a few reach the top.
1) What make these employees hop to the top quickly ?
2) Apart from producing good results which is undoubtedly the primary driver for growth, what are the secondary drivers required for your career growth?
In todays' corporate world, employees who aspire to grow as front line managers, should know how to smartly manage the dynamic scenarios involving ecosystem partners around them (Be it Boss, Big Boss, Team members, Peers, Tough Customers or Suppliers).
Career Growth is dependent on how you have achieved good results as perceived by your superiors and ecosystem partners. A vocal employee who always gives tangential views or an employee who strictly go by the rule book may not grow as fast as expected. Smart judgement is required to find out when to bypass the rules and when to re-enforce them, to manage the right perception with your superiors and ecosystem partners. This book “Eco-system Management for Career Growth” explains the tips and techniques, based on Authors' working in the IT industry for more than 2 decades both in India and Abroad.
The book explains how to deal with many organisational scenarios- Some examples are:
* Managing your project in crisis when an impatient Sr. Management is waiting with ‘axe in their hands’
* A high-performing team member submitting resignation in an emotionally charged manner
* Controlling attrition by distributing the credit or discredit fairly among your team members during project success or failure.
* How to handle difficult types of Bosses viz.. Artful Dodger,Hitler,Tactful terminator etc
* Handling tough customers through “Consultative Customer Frame-work” model
This book can help you as an IT professional or a management student to:-
a) Manage eco-system partners around you to ensure your career-growth and to prepare yourself to deal with the dynamics and hurdles of career growth within your organisation.
b) Reflect and refine your style of working with ecosystem partners around you to produce great results.
c) Proactively manage your team members to prevent project failures before things go out of control.