Senior managers must learn how to love their computers

Richards-Carpenter, Colin
February 1995
People Management;02/09/95, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p47
Discusses the importance for human resource practitioner to be a information technology (IT) literate. Reasons for the slow development of a computerized personnel information system (CPIS); Misconception on IT literacy; Reasons why HR people need to be IT literate; Important benefits of HR managers CPIS approach.


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