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The Skilling Wizard

Rekha Menon is taking Accenture into the future by re training the workforce.

The IT industry, even a few years back, wouldn't have imagined hiring cross functional design thinkers, people with ethnographic skills, anthropologists, the "creative types". But they do now. The industry is in the middle

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