TCUK16 Speaker Adrian Warman – “From what was, to what might be: Matching career and practice trajectories”


Adrian Warman will be speaking at TCUK16 on “From what was, to what might be: Matching career and practice trajectories”.

Adrian Warman

Technical communication today is very different to what it was ten years ago. Can we look back briefly at what has changed in technical communication, and identify some common trends that might guide us as aspiring or experienced professionals in the future? What are the skill and experience expectations, and how have they developed?

In particular, this presentation will address: The pendulum of progress, Optimising skills trajectory, and Secret but essential skills.

The presentation will provide the audience with a simple self-evaluation tool to help guide their career path development.

About Adrian Warman

Adrian has been with IBM for fifteen years, and works as an Information Development lead for the Application Platform Services division.

This means he gets to work with all sorts of cool stuff, like applications and mobile tools, and write about them, too.

Before joining IBM, he worked in the telecommunications and retail banking sectors. He began his career as a University Lecturer, researching Information Systems and Computer Security. He maintains active links with universities, and is a Visiting Fellow at Bournemouth University.