Training and Education Article Archive

  • Dr Janet Cole MBCS, Nick Fernando MBCS and Dr Chris Littlewood of the BCS Business Change Specialist Group discuss why organisations need process learning hubs.
  • Sara Galloway, Senior BA for NHS Blood & Transplant, discusses how organisations only really learn when they are given a nurturing environment where they can learn by making mistakes.
  • Nicholas Fernando, Head of Content, Filtered.com and Janet Cole, Chair, BCS Business Change Specialist Group, examine the expanding key skills of knowledge workers and ensuring effective learning support.
  • Chris Maund FBCS CITP has a message for COOs... IT projects do not exist, there are only business projects.
  • Mike O'Neill MBCS believes that any successful college of IT needs to be generously seeded with people whose background takes in life and business skills acquired away from the analysis and algorithm-led world inhabited by the IT professional.
  • Digitally enhanced learning is challenging many aspects of traditional education. Barry G. Blundell FBCS highlights some practical and ethical consequences of recording and streaming lectures.
  • Leadership means different things to different people and there are lots of different leadership styles. With this in mind Beverley Corcoran MBCS, British Airways IT Learning & Development Manager, considers how we define, develop and grow our leadership skills?
  • Claire Davenport, BCS Academy of Computing Education Outreach Manager, details how the academy is helping teachers deal with the change to school’s curriculum with the addition of computing and also looks at the work of a Computing At School (CAS) hub.
  • Jill Dann FBCS discusses nurturing the creation of business value through meaningful mentoring.
  • Product innovation can be both an opportunity and a concern for IT companies. Those driving innovation can gain unprecedented market openings, while those trailing can risk disaster.