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As is obvious to most of us, we live in a time when one way of life is being replaced by another. We live at a time where we as a society are on the THRESHOLD between two distinctly different ways of life. We live in a time where the collapse of one system and the replacement of it by another is...
This article comments on the management development philosophies and processes encountered during discussions with executives in four multinational high technology corporations and with faculty in five major USA Business Schools. The influence of computerbased high technologies on management...
It is often said of Britain that we are good at two things having good ideas, and then in failing to use them Although the idea of Quality Circles was not originally British it is said to have been American and not Japanese, we have in this country made some interesting developments upon the...
The Training and Development industry is once again at a crossroads. The crossroads is depressingly similar to the one apparent prior to 1964 with the dominant question being the same, namely how can we convince management that employee training and development can make a VITAL contribution to...
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