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Anonymous

In addition to the answer below, you can also specialize in IT with Six Sigma training that will allow you to use data analysis and apply them to continuous process improvement projects that involve working and community with both the business side and the IT side to drive business performance, cost reduction etc.

Answered 3 years ago

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Abhijeet Bhat

Yes. There are various positions in IT where you can apply your solution crafting skills. If you are comfortable with technology, you can try for position like IT System Analyst, IT Quality Assurance Analyst, IT Project Architect/Solution Architect etc. In these roles, you will be responsible for creating solutions or developing architecture. You would have to use your analytic thinking abilities, problem solving skills and communication skills to succeed.

Answered 3 years ago

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Dale Bricker

The strengths that you've highlighted would appear to fit well in Quality Assurance or UAT (user acceptance testing) roles. Business systems analyst is a possibility too.

Answered 2 years ago

Dale Bricker
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Yifan Chen

Sounds like a project manager or product manager might be a good fit for you. Crafting solution, systemic thinking, oversight, insight, problem solving and communication skill are all key values of leadership position in IT. And certainly, you need to love management.

Answered 2 years ago

Yifan Chen
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Eddie Carson

Gear your search on Monster/Dice/etc towards jobs with solutions or analyst in the title.

Most often I see these roles advertised as solutions engineers/architects or business/systems analysts.

Got to the careers section of some of the major IT vendors out there (EMC, IBM, VMware, HP, etc) and look at their technical sales roles they have advertised. These are great entry points into the solutions design spaces.

Answered 2 years ago

Eddie Carson
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Anonymous

Do you want to be engaged technically? Ex as an engineer or programmer? If yes then you should get a degree in comp science or engineering. If you like to create solutions without being ultra deep technical marketing could work for you. However it is still important to study an IT related degree then work in the field before becoming a marketing person. Reason is you will know what you are talking about if you have done it for even a short while.

hope this helps

Answered 2 years ago

Anonymous