Study Finds 'Skills Gap' Stops Companies Winning New Business
Many firms suffer from a 'skills gap' that prevents them winning more new business, a newly published study of 62 companies shows.
None of the companies thought their skills at winning new business were perfect and most admitted they needed to make considerable improvements.
The study published in 'Bidding for Business: the Skills Agenda' found that the largest number of companies wanted to improve their ability to 'make a winning presentation'.
The report is based on research led by Professor Colin Coulson-Thomas, head of the Centre for Competitiveness at the University of Luton and is published by Policy Publications in association with Business …
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Publication information: Article title: Study Finds 'Skills Gap' Stops Companies Winning New Business. Contributors: Not available. Magazine title: Management Services. Volume: 48. Issue: 2 Publication date: February 2004. Page number: 5. © Institute of Management Services Autumn 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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