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This article describes the evolution of an unusual model of management development for district council housing department managers in south east England. The paper takes stock of the experience it attempts to draw together the disjointed strands of philosophy, principles, practice and results,...
In this article I shall endeavour to show how the practical application of a classic theory of work has led to a totally new approach to the selection of personnel and to the appraisal of individual potential, both in new or expanding industries and in old or contracting industries. Whatever the...
The engineering industry has always been at the forefront of developing and using new technology. This is especially so now with foreign competition forcing the industry to change and adapt all the time. Successful use of technology new to the time means having a skilled workforce this is...
Imagine yourself trying to keep an eye on time listen to a long and confusing but relevant contribution bring somebody into the discussion whom you believe has an important point to make stop a side meeting thats just developed all at the same time, and whilst being observed by a number...
Peter Honey and Alan Mumford published in December 1982 The Manual of Learning Styles which brought to a wider audience the advantages of a determination of the different preferences of people for the way they learn. The approach suggested by Honey and Mumford was not completely new, but offered...
Assessment centres have been around for just over forty years now however, their acceptance in industry, whilst increasing, is still rather sporadic. One reason for this is that the words Assessment Centre conjure up an image of mysticism. What is it How does it work etc. So, apart from the fact...
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