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Technology Executive Resumes – It’s About More Than Just The Numbers

Sunday, May 4, 2014 by J.M. Auron

We’re all driven by metrics these days. Whether it’s cost, revenue, increase in market share, streamlined operations, or KPIs, numbers often seem to tell the story of success or failure. That’s why Executive Resumes Writers – myself included – work to dig out the quantifiable achievements to demonstrate our client’s success. The numbers are certainly […]

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CIO Resumes: Why Delegating is the Most Time and Cost Effective Strategy

Tuesday, August 20, 2013 by J.M. Auron

A client of mine – a senior IT leader – asked me for counsel of he was asked during the interview process if he had written his own resume. It was an interesting – and, I think, an important – question. There are some hiring authorities – especially for lower level positions – who feel […]

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CIO Resumes: Does Yours Prove that Your Focus is on the Customer?

Wednesday, June 12, 2013 by J.M. Auron

I’ve blogged extensively lately,on the rapidly evolving role of the CIO – and how that evolution can be most clearly and effectively communicated in your CIO resume. One critical area of CIO evolution that I’m seeing a lot of these days is the transformation of the CIO from a largely back office role to a […]

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CIO Resumes – Are You Ready for the Next Step to COO or CEO?

Wednesday, May 8, 2013 by J.M. Auron

IT Resume Writers see a number of interesting – and important – trends in the technology and employment marketplace. Many of those trends are a cause of significant concern. Predictions of shrinking IT hiring, a far more competitive employment marketplace, and the reduction in the number of IT Managers are all  issues for many of […]

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CIO Resumes – 3 Strategies to Leverage Your Early IT Career Achievements

Thursday, April 25, 2013 by J.M. Auron

One of the many things that I learn in my study of Wing Chun Kung Fu is balance. Without balance, it’s impossible to react rapidly, move nimbly, and respond effectively to rapidly changing situations. It’s a lot like life. And business. One of the most critical challenges faced by IT resume writers is exactly that. […]

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General Practitioner or Surgeon? Does your Career Need an IT Resume Specialist?

Wednesday, April 24, 2013 by J.M. Auron

IT Resume Writers are a rare breed in the resume writing industry. Most resume writers are generalists; they write a very wide range of projects, from entry level to executive, and from sales or marketing to administrative. Many of those resume writers are very skilled, and produce strong resumes, cover letters. Many of the those […]

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If This is the Decade of the CIO, is your CIO Resume Ready?

Tuesday, April 23, 2013 by J.M. Auron

As an IT Resume Writer, I’m always interested in the constantly evolving IT executive career landscape. So I was fascinated when I recently found this interesting article on Forbes, “The Decade of the CIO is Here – The Beyond CIO Series” containing a fascinating interview with Tan Chee Hong, a multiple CIO who has moved […]

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IT Resume or IT CV: Which do you need?

Monday, April 22, 2013 by J.M. Auron

As a Professional IT Resume Writer, I’m often asked the difference between a Resume and a CV, so I wanted to take a minute to discuss the differences between the two documents. The confusion comes from the fact that “CV” is used for several different documents – with varying degrees of overlap with what we […]

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Does your CIO Resume Make You Look Like a Grey Middle Manager? 5 Do’s and Don’t’s for a Strong CIO Resume

Friday, April 19, 2013 by J.M. Auron

As a Professional IT Executive Resume Writer, I see a lot resumes that don’t even begin to do my clients – or their careers – justice. Too often, the CIO resumes that I see look like an IT manager resume that’s been slightly repurposed for a higher level position. These resumes are bland, and make […]

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3 Reasons that You Don’t Want to Write Your Own IT Resume

Thursday, April 18, 2013 by J.M. Auron

When prospective clients call me, they’re often frustrated – frustrated in their current job and frustrated with the challenges of the job search. After all, if a prospective client loved their current job, they wouldn’t email me. That’s why, in my initial conversation with a prospective client, I always want to get a strong feel […]

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