Vendors get a week off--today we gripe about users who won't learn new tricks

Foster, Ed
January 1995
InfoWorld;1/23/95, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p66
Trade Publication
Editorial. Focuses on problems faced by American vendors in persuading staff to learn and take an ongoing interest in how to use their applications effectively. Lack of initiative and curiosity in learning how the applications can help them work better; Call for ideas to help solve the problem with unmotivated users.


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