The Institute of IT Training’s Alan Bellinger explains the essential relationship between Learning & Development and ICT

In these tough times, there’s a focus on cost-cutting. But that doesn’t mean that we need to work harder – as long as we’re smart, argues Alan Bellinger, executive consultant at the Institute of IT Training

Spare a thought for your Learning & Development Group – they can’t achieve their goals without your cooperation

Is it really good to talk? The growth in social computing has been matched by the paranoia the subject generates – so is it friend or foe, asks the Institute of IT Training’s Alan Bellinger

Data loss and IT failures are more about skills and culture than technology, argues Alan Bellinger - Institute of IT Training

Can afford to push IT Training down your priority list? Alan Bellinger, of the Institute of IT Training, examines twelve myths

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The Government IT Profession programme is laying the foundations for more systematic development of IT skills in all parts of government

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Since 1994 the number of MBAs graduating worldwide has increased by over 25 per cent a year. But how can this qualification benefit your organisation?

Sending in-house computer engineers on printer courses can save the public sector and commercial organisations thousands of pounds each year

Alan Bellinger, research adviser to the Institute of IT Training, discusses how to get the most out of your IT training budget

Bob Little reports from Reuters, in the heart of London’s Docklands, on the latest mobile learning delivery technologies and applications

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Arthur Doolittle’s famous phrase was “Morals – can’t afford ‘em Guvnor”; a dangerous approach, as it is with skills, argues Alan Bellinger, director of the Institute of IT Training