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Currently I am working as windows system administrator, Should I go for ITIL to enhance my career. or just concentrate more on technical skills.
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8/22/2022 - Mon
Rich Weissler

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To add to the previous comment:
If your plan is to stay with your current company and you are going to be the only one preaching ITIL there then learning ITIL won't do much for your career unless you have incredible influencing skills.
If your company is embracing ITIL (which does not seem to be the case judging from your question) then you should have already been encouraged by management to do ITIL foundation
If you are looking for a new employment opportunity then certainly this extra piece of knowledge would not hurt considering that it is generic enough in comparison to a particular technical skill.
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