You work hard, complete your work ahead of time. You think it is your duty to do as much work as possible. You have increasing work on the premise that it is good for the organisation and more critically, on the assumption that they will do it anyway. You also think that you have to do this out of obligation or sense of gratitude to some one. if you work based on one of the above, Read The Chandrasekaran principle
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- First few years of job are critical (One has got to learn.)
Learning by doing
Learning by observation
Learning by reading
Learning by networking
Learning to learn
-It is time to break the stereo types.
Mr. Bagchi talked about a Bell Lab model.I googled and got
The focus of an individual should be on.:
2) Self Management
6) Show and tell
7) Organization Savvy
8) Self Management
9) Team Work
Mindset usually found in this phase (something on which we need to work upon):
-Putting money above all else
-Obsession with "batchmates" syndrome.
-stereotyping "technically challenging work"
-Poor focus on written and communication skills
-Poor understanding of ruse
-Inadequate attention to health.
-Slow understanding to work life
-Poor understanding of work ethics.
PHASE II- Next 3-5 years
The IT individual should concentrate on building
a) Customer Knowledge
b) Process Knowledge
c) Business Knowledge
d) Knowledge Management
Key organization expectation: Footprint.
The organization would like to see how much potential you have.
PHASE III:Next 5-10 years
- Time to reasses the initial SWOT analysis
- Time for peer feedback on "Who I am"
- Time to creatively destroy the comfort zone – Explore new geography,domain,role,
New Learning must be the driver
-Time to create a serious passion outside of work,socialize career ambition
-Time to seek a mentor.
PHASE IV :Beyond 10 years
- One should be good at
a) Managing resources
b) Managing Technology
c) Managing Complexity
d) Rain Making ( generating more biz)
He then went on to talk about customers feedback on Indian IT professionals.
Here are a few.
The young IT individual:
- Do not understand business
- Do not communicate well (written and oral)
- Are not stable (higher studies,work, technology etc)
- Expensive and likely to "outpay" themselves.