Bright Ideas from Towards Maturity’s Ambassadors

by | Dec 30, 2012 | Articles

Towards Maturity’s Ambassadors play an important role in ensuring that our independent research is freely available to all. They are also thought leaders in our industry with years of experience supported by industry awards and accolades behind them.

Many of them were at Learning Technolologies this year and we’ve persuaded them to distil some of their ideas into practical handy checklists.

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