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Many of us are asking how much the future work environment of managing information will be hinged on critical new specialties – like analytics or metadata – versus a broad set of skills supported by automated technologies.

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Comments (5)
Agree with the article, anlytical skills are crucial. However those skills are not innate. Chewing gum and walking are.
Posted by Martin H | Wednesday, December 01 2010 at 2:31PM ET
Agree with the article, anlytical skills are crucial. However those skills are not innate. Chewing gum and walking are.
Posted by Martin H | Wednesday, December 01 2010 at 2:31PM ET
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