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  • [2009] The Changing Role of the CIO
    since 2009.”8 W H I T E P A P E R Executive Summary No department within an organization has undergone such a profound change as that of IT. The platforms used to deliver IT products and services, the tools-of-the-trade and skillsets. required to do the job have changed. On top of all that, the IT function is now being integrated. into the company’s other operations and is expected to operate as a business-within-a- business. Overseeing this sea change is the CIO. This paper examines how the role of. the CIO has been evolving to meet today’s new world of IT. Information Age, March 2014.
  • [2009] Relationship Between Learning, Workforce Agility and Performance
    The economic downturn in 2009 served as a “wake-up call”. The Relationship Between. Learning, Workforce Agility, and Business Performance W H I T E P A P E R Executive Summary With a constantly evolving business climate, encountering change is the new normal. change permeates organizations, it challenges companies’ operational dexterity. Paramount. to being prepared to effectively and efficiently adapt in times of change for maximum business. impact is having an agile workforce. Organizations that embrace and practice agility are proven. to be more effective in dealing with change.
  • [2009] Story Impacts Learning and Performance
    Learning Knotty Knot 5Imagine this: • 288,355 books published in 2009 in the US alone, as compared to. subject of an entire book “Scenario-Based Learning Design” (2009, Ray Jimenez, Ph.D.) Story Impacts Learning and Performacne 2Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Library of Congress data has been applied for. Monogatari Press Copyright © by Vignettes Learning. All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of. America. Except as permitted under the United States Copyright Act of 1976, no part of. ISBN 978-0-9791847-0-3 0-9791847-0-3. 3To my real heroes. Peter's.

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