Monday, November 9, 2009

Tech Skills Development

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If you want a job where you can train in a particular skill set and then never have to learn anything new, IT isn't the field for you. But if you like to be constantly learning new things and developing new skills, you're in the right business. Discover the skills you should be thinking about developing to keep on top of things in the tech world in the next five years.

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Leadership Development
Leadership is important to organizational success so it is not surprising that many companies look for ways to extend the benefits of leadership development to more employees. Find out how technology-based learning approaches can be used effectively to develop employees at all levels.

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Influencing IT Culture
IT departments have many reasons for adopting "lean" practices such as saving costs, reducing time to market, increasing capacity, and simplifying solutions. Learn how to stay aligned with overall business objectives while celebrating individual and team accomplishments.

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Leveraging IT Innovation
Innovating with new technologies and applying existing ones in new ways involves a great deal of creative process. Find out how IT creativity can be leveraged in a way that more effectively serves the business purposes of an organization.

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