Where to next? A case study of the development of a Career Pathing Tool for Information Services, Griffith University
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Change is an integral part of life for Information Technology and Information Professionals. Information Services, Griffith University, has designed a Career Pathing Tool as one way to help manage change and support its staff through change. It is intended to assist staff with their career development, by providing them with an understanding of the career paths available and the skills and training needed to move into the types of roles offered. This paper outlines the processes being developed, the hurdles faced so far and the goal for the completed tool.
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