Why Mystic Meg might be your next role model

Murphy, Donna
May 2003
IT Training;May2003, p5
Trade Publication
Editorial. Focuses on the trends in the training market for senior IT staff and skills-development professionals. Key skills required to convince an organization's management board to invest in staff development; Feature devised by the magazine to help one understand what chief executives really think about training, and IT training in particular.


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