Tuesday, 21st April 2015
FreePint is carrying out research into information skills development, taking a strategic look at how organisations plan for the future of knowledge work, empower information professionals, and recognise the risks associated with below-par information skills. Complete our short survey and receive a copy of the results on publication.
The sophistication of information skills in an organisation is a critical factor in its success, yet few organisations take a strategic view of developing those skills today, let alone planning for tomorrow. In fact, one of the first things to go when business is overly busy or finances get tight is a focus on training and development.
That's one of the reasons we've taken a strategic focus for the FreePint Survey: Information Skills Development. We want to gauge the degree to which organisations:
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This Blog Item is part of the FreePint Topic Series "Best Practices in Information Skills Development".
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