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Technology careers : Need help!!!

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New post 03 Mar 2010, 08:57
I am currently doing research on the kind of curriculum i would like to pursue starting fall 2011 and about the kind of career it will lead me to. I have been exploring the wealth of info present here on the career forum but i found little about my areas of interest.

I'm looking for some advice to move ahead in my research :?:

My current profile :

GMAT : 660
IT services, system engineer 30 months
Engineering in IT (65%)

Area of interest : IT strategy planning(BD)/consultancy

Few questions :
a) What is a career in IT strategy, planning & consulting like? What are job roles post MBA?
b) How is the work life balance?

c) What curriculum one needs to pursue to kick start a career in this?
d) What are the basic requirements in terms of GMAT scores, work ex. to get into the right b-schools for Technology careers?


The question i have put forth are very broad?
Any insight would help.

Thanks and Regards

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New post 03 Mar 2010, 10:10
papillon86 wrote:
I am currently doing research on the kind of curriculum i would like to pursue starting fall 2011 and about the kind of career it will lead me to. I have been exploring the wealth of info present here on the career forum but i found little about my areas of interest.

I'm looking for some advice to move ahead in my research :?:

My current profile :

GMAT : 660
IT services, system engineer 30 months
Engineering in IT (65%)

Area of interest : IT strategy planning(BD)/consultancy

Few questions :
a) What is a career in IT strategy, planning & consulting like? What are job roles post MBA?
b) How is the work life balance?

c) What curriculum one needs to pursue to kick start a career in this?
d) What are the basic requirements in terms of GMAT scores, work ex. to get into the right b-schools for Technology careers?


The question i have put forth are very broad?
Any insight would help.

Thanks and Regards


Hi

MS-MBA from university of Boston is a good fit for your goal

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New post 03 Mar 2010, 10:53
hey thanks for the quick reply.
i was just checking out that same curriculum. :)

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Re: Technology careers : Need help!!!   [#permalink] 03 Mar 2010, 10:53
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