An impure solution

Bradner, Scott
November 1999
Network World;11/08/99, Vol. 16 Issue 45, p38
Trade Publication
Discusses International Business Machine (IBM) Corp.'s internal education program using network-based technology. Solution to challenge of getting employees to arrange their schedules and sign up; Process called `distributed learning'; Streamlining and cost reduction; Number of classes, students and learning hours in the program.


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