In many existing organizations nowadays, Wireless Management turned out to be the new field of concern for members of Management due to the adoption of wireless communication systems for use by key people within the organization. In the advent of new wireless system technologies and the legal agreements, stipulations, and terms that are associated (and perhaps become necessary) when using such wireless system technologies, it probably became inevitable that Wireless Management would also turn out to be a key priority in these technology-dependent times.
Training Wireless Management Specialists becomes important so that an organization knows how to identify the wireless communication systems that have to be used, why such systems are necessary to use, why other systems become superfluous or even obsolete, how to maintain new or existing wireless systems, and any legal or regulatory requirements that are associated with use of wireless systems.
To avoid training Wireless Management Specialists sounds like an invitation to pursue risks, because of the inherent complexity of wireless technologies, and the fact that other people may choose to jeopardize the integrity and security of your wireless systems and technologies for their own purposes. If your organization opts not to train any Wireless Management Specialists (or even just outsource that function to specialists or consultants) due to cost issues, then the organization could still function for awhile normally until something goes wrong with the existing wireless system in place. Then the organization will find out that it is powerless to do anything about the problem because no one knows how to identify the problem then resolve it.