IT Training's hall of fame 2003

Garfoot, Annie
July 2003
IT Training;Jul/Aug2003, p22
Trade Publication
The article profiles training practitioners who have had a major impact on business performance. The ten people in the hall of fame have all successfully facilitated change and fostered a learning culture within their organisations, transforming corporate philosophy in the process. They have also transformed the skills of their companies' information technology professionals and the working practices of end users. These ten candidates come from a variety of disciplines and hail from both strategic and operational roles in the private and public sectors.


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