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Most authors see the origins of Management Games in ancient board games such as checkers and chess, played on squared boards. Games such as these have, of course, been with us for a long time with the distant origins of chess traced back to the 6th century BC.
The objective of the first article in this series, which covered the key findings of the EITB's two year study on employee relations training for managers, was to set out a basic agenda for the eighties. The two subsequent articles dealt with specific approaches and products arising from those...
Recently Bertie Everard, ICI Education and Training Manager, lectured on this subject at a Conference on Mission in an Industrial and Technological Society, which was broadcast on BBC Radio Leeds. He shared the platform with Bill Gowland, President of the Methodist Conference and Principal of...
This is the first of three articles which describe some ideas which have been developed by us during the years in which we have been engaged in social skills training. By social skills training we mean, Any form of training which is designed to help people understand themselves, learn about how...
This new section is devoted to short contributions to the debate on the microprocessor revolution. Contributions could be as short as 100 words but, for inclusion in this section, they should not exceed 1500.
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