10 WAYS TO... guarantee the perfect roll-out

Howells, Jan
October 2004
IT Training;Oct2004, p20
Trade Publication
The article presents information related to the best techniques that can be used in information technology (IT) training. Training staff to work with new applications can be a herculean task. If a training roll-out for a new IT system fails, it is often because the company has forgotten to get staff to buy into the changes heralded by the installation of the system. To avoid this kind of roll-out derailment, an organization needs to plan its training schedule before the system is introduced-and make sure it explains the implementation stages thoroughly to staff.


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