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All too frequently training has been described in terms of the organisational level at which it is aimed. Thus we have artificial divisions between operator, craft, clerical, supervisory and management training. The fact is however that changes cannot be made at one level without affecting...
Like most other parts of the country today, Coventry is in recession and unfortunately there are few signs of this recession lifting in the near future, affected as it is by a static world demand which is beset by the limitations of continuing inflation which, while brought partially under...
In earlier articles in this series we have examined politics from several different points of view as a communications system as a system of human relationships and so on. We now come to that stage where it is possible to investigate politics as a management system. This means asking such...
Higher education demands considerable expenditure. In 197677 the recurrent expenditure alone in Great Britain was roughly 1 336 millions, which included maintenance grants of 362 millions to students pursuing advanced courses in the institutions concerned with them. The expenditure represents...
I was recently given a May 1978 copy of Industrial and Commercial Training by Stuart Sinfield who, as Education and Development Manager of A A Jones and Shipman Ltd, Leicester, was interested in my reaction to his article on The Engineering Option. This article, along with some of the points...
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