Keith Scott, outsourcing training manager

December 2003
IT Training;Dec2003/Jan2004, p63
Trade Publication
This article presents an interview of Keith Scott, outsourcing training manager of Logica CMG PLC. Keith briefs his professional responsibilities and training services rendered to various big organizations, mostly in the government and defense sectors. As for his qualification, Keith bagged a degree in applied computing and worked at the British Ship Research Association on radar system and the like. Moreover, Keith shares fact about his motivation to work at Logica CMG and his biggest professional achievement. He also briefs his lowest point of his career and the lesson derived from it.


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