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Management Training and Development needs for the 1990s areenumerated in checkliststyle. Cultural understanding in a globalcontext, the realisation of corporate visions, adaptation to more rapidchange, opportunities for synergy, the development of women managers,career diversity, managing...
Managers frequently experience difficulty in implementing skillsthey learn in management development courses owing to two obstacles 1the conflict between the skills being taught in the course and themanagers current skills which may be so well learned as to beautomatic and 2 the conflict between...
Many American corporations, for various reasons, have performedpoorly and are now facing economic problems. However, the number ofmanagers has increased dramatically. Their size, diversification,planning strategies, government regulations, new technologies, lack ofexpertise, and mistrust have...
Recent attention to competencies, especially the McBer approach, isreviewed. Different definitions focusing on personal qualities or taskperformance are outlined and it is proposed that neithermacrocompetencies nor microcompetencies are necessarily the practicalroute, and jobspecific key...
Training of managers as trainers in Africa and South East Asia tomeet the special needs of banks in developing countries is described.Specific attention is given to the learning process. There is a need tofocus on the actuality of the working environment of training programmeparticipants and to...
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