IT Management Interview Preparation Guide
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Information Technology Management frequently Asked Questions by expert members with experience in IT Management. So get preparation for the Information Technology Management job interview

10 IT Management Questions and Answers:

1 :: Explain Red is My FAV color? White is MY FAV Color? & Black is my
FAV color?

"Red is My FAV color?"

ends with a question mark. The author is asking if red is
his/her fav color. The same with the next statement.

"White is MY FAV Color?"

This will be the last argument and said to be the answer.
& Black is my FAV color

It does not end in any punctuation marks.

Note: The answer is dominantly based on punctuation marks.
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2 :: In SAP SD, How to remove the materiel block?

T-code mm06
Try this
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3 :: What are your salary requirements?

We should not expect our salary greater than our work..I
should be satisfied by my salary..If i submit my great work
i would expect great salary...
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4 :: What is difference between a primary market and secondary market in us economy as per e-commerce point of view?

Market research is generally either primary or secondary. Primary market research is when a company carries out research first hand. Primary market research is more reliable than secondary research because you know that the information you have gathered is accurate, as you have collected it yourself. It is also specific to your type of product/service. On the other hand, it is very time consuming and costs more, for example in consumer panels, products have to be given away for free so that they can be tested. This type of research can also be called field research.
Some forms of primary market research are as follows:
Ø Questionnaires/Surveys
Ø Interviews (can be done one-to-one, in a group or over the internet)
Ø Observation
Ø Focus Group/Consumer Panel - asking customers how they feel about their products
In secondary research, the company uses information from other sources that has already been researched by somebody else. Instead of carrying out research yourself like in primary research, you simply use somebody else's results that have already been collected which have been carried out in similar ways to how you would have carried it out. The advantages of secondary research are that it is relatively cheap, easily accessible and can be done very quickly. Disadvantages of secondary research are that it is often not specific to your area of research and the data used can be biased and is difficult to validate. As you have not collected it yourself, you cannot be sure how accurate it is as it could be biased. This type of research can also be called desk research.
Some forms of secondary market research are as follows:
Ø Websites
Ø Magazines
Ø News/Newspapers
Ø Textbooks
Ø Journals - specialist magazines
Ø Other companies financial reports
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5 :: What motivates you? How do you motivate others?

But also, the subsequent recognition of my efforts gives me
the encouragement for my next efforts.
I think responsibility motives me the most. Responsibility
is very important for all the employees. Since I am a member
of this company, I should do my job well. That's my
responsibility. Then, loyalty is another factor motivates
me. I keep telling myself that if I want my job be stable, I
need to be loyal to my company, because none but the company
develops, I can develop.
"I am self-motivated but work well with others to get the
needs of the job done, done well, and done on-time."
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