CIOUpdate Column: Giving and getting help – Part 1

CIOUpdate Column: Giving and getting help – Part 1

By Rajesh Setty on Mon 25 Sep 2006, 11:04 AM – 1 Comment

Suddenly, I feel like I have been busy – too many blog posts on the same day.

CIOUpdate published my latest column titled “Giving and getting help – Part 1.”  In this part, I cover the aspect of giving help. Although the article is targeted at technology professionals, the concepts have a broader applicability and will cut across all professions. Hope you will enjoy the article. Here is the link:

Link – CIOUpdate column: Giving and getting help – Part 1

Have a great week ahead!


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Anonymous  on September 25th, 2006

A very interesting and thought provoking article. I have always been a stern beleiver that if you don’t know something, ask help immedietly. Techies think that it is demeaning to ask for help and will struggle to find his answers where as a simply query would have solved all of his problems and unfortunately this is a mentality that has been created across IT service companies.

It is better to ask for help even if you are asking a stupid question. Gives you clarity of ideas over a long run.

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