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Positive response to the downturn

The Waterford Institute of Technology has taken steps to supply students with the skills that the recession demands

14th March, 2009

As the recent turmoil in the global and Irish financial systems demonstrated, businesses that remain static, chained to outmoded governance and operational systems, can be more vulnerable to the rapidly changing dynamics of the market and to the demands and challenges of forces outside their own control,” said Dr Denis Harrington, head of the Graduate Business Department at Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT).

‘‘Successful businesses and managers do not simply accept their business environment....

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