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Why do you think the importance of training is lost when a new technology is implemented?

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1. Why do you think the importance of training is lost when a new technology is implemented?

Sometimes, the importance of training is lost when a new technology is implemented for various reasons, including the lack of understanding of the new technology and the requirements needed to run the new technology. This leads to a major obstacle that of under-funding the implementation in the planning stage. The idea here is also known as trying to do it "on the cheap." It is often believed (although rare) that any new technology "can be taken out of the box and immediately introduced into a company's workflow with little or no effort." However, this is not so. Instead, successful implementation depends on ...

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Discusses the importance of training and why it is lost when a new technology is implemented.

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