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This short introduction to business or management games is intended, as its title implies, for those teachers, tutors and training instructors who have little or no experience of business games or their use and construction. It is not intended to be fully comprehensive but it is designed to give...
Twenty years ago the word training had a very restricted meaning, but since then the view of what constitutes training has expanded considerably so that it now includes a wide variety of activities, whose existence, previously, was not even recognised. The purpose of this article is to identify...
Who needs SchoolsIndustry links This question is often asked of those working at the SchoolsIndustry interface and is sometimes accompanied by the rider, What's in it for us These attitudes are difficult to understand in the light of the fact that the great majority of schoolleavers eventually...
The Swedish Employers' Federation SAF, which reached its 75th birthday in September 1977, today operates in a highly developed economy. In 1902 Sweden was relatively a poor country, where 55 per cent of the working population was employed in agriculture and forestry, and only 27 per cent in...
We are all aware by now of the need for companies to provide more information about their activities. At one time the only people to get this information were the stockholders and they got it in the stuffy, indigestable language of the accountant. About five years ago firms began to move forward...
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