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In the editorial leader of our previous issue reference was made to the possibility of certain ITBs phasing down their levygrant activities. How does an ITB carry out its responsibilities without using the levygrant machinery as an instrument of pressure We invited the Electricity Supply ITB to...
Most selection procedures consist simply of an interview. Tests of aptitude and attainment, personality questionnaires, group discussions and other group exercises are all used in personnel selection. But in by far the majority of instances the applicant will be confronted by none of these...
This article outlines a programme which has been little publicised, which is practical in concept and economic in operation and which can create lively and rewarding cooperation between colleges of further education, operating companies and company HQs.
In his article in the January issue Vol 2 No 1 John Wellens offered for consideration the view that Job Analysis can be death to the concept of creating a situation in which the subordinate manager can optimise his contribution through the exercise of initiative and decisionmaking, that it is...
INDIVIDUAL SPECIALISTS IN CONSULTANCY WORK AND THE publication of their theories and observations have made the most significant contribution to modern management practice. With effective communication in mind it has not been surprising that some have resorted to film or been encouraged to do so...
The Haslegrave Report called attention to the need to develop the Commercial Technician an office worker operating at subprofessional level. What is meant by the term Commercial Technician How should he be trained
Every industry has problems in training and developing enough managers capable of keeping pace with changing needs and increasing pressures but few can have had to meet changes so sudden and radical as those which have faced the food distribution industry in the past decade.
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