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The Plastics Division of ICI employs some 10 000 men and women in the development, manufacture and marketing of raw materials used by the plastics industry. Many changes have taken place in our markets and our ways of managing our human resources over the last few years, and the division decided...
This article is one of the series aimed at people who are responsible for training, but are not career training specialists and it concentrates on management development and training. Just as John Wellens' first article looked at where to start and how to define the overall company need, this is...
Performance testing is a way of finding out what a person can do as distinct from what he knows about or what he claims to be able to do. It is therefore rather surprising that such an obviously useful testing method has for so long remained a rather neglected member of the testing family. Paper...
Recently, one industry, the grocery trade, came into conflict with the Department of Education and Science over correspondence courses. The Grocers' Institute was keen to meet an identified need for such courses leading to some nationallyrecognised examination. The DES withheld its support for...
The thing I most want to put across in this model is the concept of quality control preventing the further processing of defective material. To some people this will seem a familiar lesson not requiring any special emphasis, but that isn't so when you are dealing with young trainees completely...
Conflict at Work With our forthcoming project, CONFLICT AT WORK, our aim is to make a useful and durable contribution to management education in industrial relations. Briefly, the main features of the project are that it is designed for policymaking and executive levels of management and its...
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