L&D professionals need to be more like engineers, not shopkeepers

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Written on 18 March 2015 in Video
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Andrew Jacobs, talent management and organisational development manager at London Borough of Lewisham, looks at what the terms 'shopkeepers' and 'engineers' mean in learning and development

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