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The content of a conference attended by 300 delegates is reviewed. A main focus was on how to develop women's full potential as managers. Another major theme was crosscultural differences, with some specific research from Swedish, Japanese, American and Asian managers discussed. A further...
Insufficient challenge produces discomfort and impaired performance too much challenge produces stress. How to identify stress and its causes is shown, together with steps to manage these causes and what not to adopt as a solution. Finally coping mechanisms to deal with unavoidable stress are...
Sociodrama is a form of learning from action. Participants gain knowledge of themselves and their work situations, with the focus placed on group problems rather than individual problems. While the process is similar to role plays, there is greater opportunity to expose a wider range of role...
Learning by doing is not the sole process of learning for managers. Experiential work on programmes can be improved if the opportunity is offered of going through all aspects of the learning cycle. Deliberate analysis of learning situations and managerial and learning preferences can be...
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