Technology is fascinating and working and dealing with information technology on a daily basis can be quite resourceful and can offer individuals as well as companies’ competitive advantage in their different fields of study and business. My freelance career has shaped me into a creative individual with a desire to be better.
My main ambition in technology is to become a project leader. Under this platform, I can be able to influence people and organizations in terms of developing new and advanced technology, which will make people’s life easier. In research, there is exposure to and interactions with the researchers in the field of information technology. According to Brown, Dennis and Venkatesh (11), technology allows and facilitates collaboration among researchers and working individuals.
Technology is transforming lives and will do so in the future. Development in technology continues to fire up my desire to understand and implement technology so that people can have more options to improve their lives and their businesses. There is a continuous development of new technologies. The challenge comes in the implementation and application of these technologies in the ordinary lives of people and businesses.
Despite the fact that I consider my life’s journey a success, there I still many hurdles ahead that need to overcome. Many organizations are still unaware of the potential of different technologies available to them. Some organizations may be unable to maximize the extensive technology at their disposal, which would offer them a better performance among other industries and companies.
Time has educated me that as long as technology is not useful it becomes obsolete, and if new technology has no application or use, it may constitute a waste of resources such as time and money. Management technology can push the limits of innovation and entrepreneurship even beyond the confines of a company’s boundaries (Clarysse, Mosey and Lambrecht 428). Confidently, I seek to learn more about management technology at NYU polytechnic. Furthermore, I can combine my experience of design and teamwork with the new knowledge, to boost and improve banking systems and technology.
Brown, Susan A., Alan R. Dennis, and Viswanath Venkatesh. "Predicting Collaboration Technology Use: Integrating Technology Adoption and Collaboration Research." Journal of Management Information Systems 27.2 (2010): 9-53. Business Source Complete. Web. 22 Oct. 2014.
Clarysse, Bart, Simon Mosey, and Inge Lambrecht. "New Trends in Technology Management Education: A View from Europe." Academy Of Management Learning & Education 8.3 (2009): 427-443. Business Source Complete. Web. 22 Oct. 2014.