Implications of the digital revolution

November 1998
Training & Development;Nov98, Vol. 52 Issue 11, p72
Describes how the digital revolution is changing work and learning. Importance of retraining; Tools to solve the skills gap provided by the digital revolution; Need of practitioners of workplace learning to retool themselves.


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