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Oppressive society and sexism in organisations constantly draws our attention to the differences between men and women, but, in practice, the differences are far wider within each gender than between them. The nature of this oppression is reviewed, and solutions are identified in terms of...
The author reviews the experience of a 12month secondment from a major retail company to a major hospital. Although his initial remit was to create a management development process, he found that the prime need was to improve immediate managerial action. Differences between commercial and...
Japan is aiming at technological leadership, and has a clear and coherent policy for achieving it, which involves increasing investment in education, training and R&D. The scale of the training effort creates the organisational climate conducive to the acceptance of change. Examples are given of...
Organised processes for establishing skill requirements in a business are reviewed. The occasions which many stimulate interest in TNA are set out. Levels and priorities for establishing training needs are discussed, and helpful charts on the benefits and disadvantages of the options discussed...
Skills shortages in manufacturing industry, especially in the area of information technology IT, are reviewed in the light of clear evidence indicating the UK's increasing shortfall. Open learning may provide an effective response, particularly through Open Tech, the Open College and the Open...
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