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How Developing Professional Knowledge and Abilities Affect Career Success

By | October 2010
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Professional Knowledge and Abilities

Angela Bolling

GEN/200

Tim Wolsey

August 23, 2010

Professional Knowledge and Abilities
Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) is the leading worldwide society of information technology business professionals and the community of knowledge for the current and next generation of leaders (AITP, 2010). Their mission is to serve their members by delivering relevant technology and leadership education, research and information on current business and technology issues, and forums for networking and collaboration (AITP, 2010). The landscape of our IT industry has changed (AITP, 2010). With the baby boomer retirement and the fierce global competition, a redefining of the next generation IT professional is inevitable (AITP, 2010). To remain competitive as an IT professional, it is imperative that you have access to quality resources that provide life-long learning to develop your business skills and keep you abreast of technology changes and a professional network to tap into for fellowship and mentoring (AITP, 2010). The Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) has been a continuing resource for quality professional development (AITP, 2010). Serving the IT industry as a national organization and through our local chapters, AITP is committed to delivering to our members the recognition, support, and credibility that will give them the competitive edge needed to succeed (AITP, 2010).  This organization would be beneficial to someone in the information technology industry (AITP, 2010). By joining, you become part of a strong network of IT professionals, have access to empowering resources and opportunities, and are positioned to achieve your professional goals (AITP, 2010). AITP is the community of IT knowledge focused on empowering the IT profession by evolving its members to their full potential as a professional (AITP, 2010). It is their goal, their purpose to provide a community...