Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Getting ahead in IT requires proactive learning

Getting ahead in IT requires proactive learningIn the rapidly changing world of technology, the most successful workers no longer rely on formal training alone to get the knowledge they need to stay ahead -- instead, they figure things out themselves, says Ian Brooks, the European head of innovation at Hewlett-Packard. Speaking to a group of young IT apprentices, Brooks said that unlike university training, "applied learning" lets students learn by doing and exercises non-technical "soft skills" such as communication and problem-solving

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