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The introduction of Training and Enterprise Councils TECsrepresents a unique opportunity to promote the skillsrevolution initiative of the CBI in partnership with theGovernment and the broader service framework for small businessorganizations. Describes some preliminary research which seeks...
Based on considerable experience, looks at the relationship betweenchange and power, the role of change structures, and examines theimportance of change signals, symbols and culture includingculture generators suggests that there are only fourbasic questions which need to be examined, and...
Examines the contribution, to both individuals and organizations,of the less formal processes of management development. Discusses suchconcepts as coaching, counselling, mentoring and action learning,considering them to be important approaches to management development intheir own right, and in...
Presents new models for managing people. Part one exploredunderlying assumptions which can transform the way in which we approachthe management of people. Part two introduces a customerorientedframework for managing others. A wide range of organizations havesuccessfully adopted this radically...
Training is a form of investment in human capital. As with otherforms of investments, employers, understandably, expect returns on theirinvestment in human capital. Dealing with employees requests forqualifications training poses a major problem for many employers. Thisis because, in very many...
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