Skill strategy

Blackmore, Nicole
July 2009
Money Marketing;7/16/2009, p10
The article focuses on the plans and hopes of managing director Simon Ellis to review the Financial Services Skills Councils' (FSSC) future strategy in Great Britain. It notes that Ellis focus to work with stakeholders and lead the review from bottom to top. It adds that Ellis states that the major challenge of the review is to entirely capture the opinions of representatives as much as possible to evaluate afterwards.


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