Career mobility is directly related to personal satisfaction, job advancement, and career development. Apprenticeships are evolving into a mechanism to boost existing employee skills and promote career mobility. When people are empowered to design and navigate into jobs more suitable to their abilities, goals, and aspirations, job satisfaction soars.
Digital Service Practice Leader, Service Management, BPDTS
Darren is an IT leader with more than 20 years’ experience creating value through effective change across multiple business verticals including, IT Consultancy and Outsourcing, Aviation, Financial Services and Public Sector. Darren has experience leading teams across the United Kingdom, Central and Southeast Asia.
As an IT Service Management professional, he thrives on the challenges that arise from delivering change in complex and diverse environments. Darren is highly skilled at developing individuals and teams, ensuring long term stability, low attrition rates, and effective succession planning. As a Fellow of the BCS & Chartered IT Professional, he is committed to continuous learning and development of people within the IT industry.
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This blog features posts on key themes, trends, and industry practices. Our blog posts, written about and by the BPDTS community of talented and innovative technical professionals, cover four areas: our views, people, culture, and services.
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