TITLE

Let's put the surprise back into risk aversion

AUTHOR(S)
Bellinger, Alan
PUB. DATE
December 2003
SOURCE
IT Training;Dec2003/Jan2004, p6
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In a fast changing scenario, businesses often take liberty to ride on roller coaster. The uncertainty of future hovers around the fate of management. Doubtless to say, management today tends to be extremely risk averse. Now the question is: How can one go for a particular job training in the face of rapid changes that businesses often confront? The answer to this question is not at least difficult. Risk flies high if not caught at right time. It is always good to meet the demand of today instead of being led by bleak thoughts about tomorrow's market prospects. If the demand of market is to train people for the particular requirement, management ought to go for that. Thanks to innovational activities, changes do occur every now and then. Each time changes so realized due to innovation leaves a trail to look forward in stead of looking back. In fine, innovation and learning culture go hand in hand and this gives a chance to improve the working efficiency. Otherwise, organization would never improve nor move forward with changing ideas.
ACCESSION #
11781620

 

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