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In experiential learning the lessons are taught by causing certain experiences to happen to the learner. What does it feel like to be exposed to such learning Experiential learning is learneroriented it is notoriously difficult to describe. We invited the authors to attempt to communicate it by...
For some years now, Management Studies Departments in polytechnics and technical colleges in Britain have encountered pressures to provide specific courses for the small business. Such pressures emanate from major national studies, such as the Bolton Report, ad hoc inquiries from particular...
We have been sufficiently encouraged by the interest taken in our article published last November to add some further comments about the implications of evolving TEC policy. We would like to stress that our considerable concern is shared by many others, both in colleges and in industry. Our...
It is difficult in these days of proliferating training and consultancy systems to decide what are the distinguishing features of the respective practitioners. Coverdale training has been coming in for its share of interpretation and evaluation, some complimentary, some snidethe former, we like...
If our experience is typical, management development advisers can find themselves relatively isolated and removed from continuous contact with management. Information to plan an overall management development strategy is often not available to them and their effectiveness is confined to dealing...
Until the midfifties it was general policy in Britain that vocational training was the business of the employing firm, which based its efficiency upon and drew its profits from the skills of its workers. Vocational guidance was offered by schoolteachers, some trained for the task and some not,...
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