Information Technology Skills Recommended for Business Students by Fortune 500 Executives
Delta Pi Epsilon Journal Volume 44, Number 3, ISSN 0011-8052
Responses from 51 Fortune 500 training and development executives identified 28 information technology skills strongly recommended for business graduates. A similar 1995 survey identified only 11 skills. The largest increase occurred in Internet/Web telecommunications and discipline-specific information systems. (Contains 31 references.) (SK)
Zhao, J.J. & Alexander, M.W. (2002). Information Technology Skills Recommended for Business Students by Fortune 500 Executives. Delta Pi Epsilon Journal, 44(3), 175.
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