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Three consultants in ICL′s corporate HRD unit speak from their experience of self‐managed learning. They ask “Can self‐development provide people with sufficient confidence in their own future to engender a positive attitude to corporate change?” Three key points are illustrated with examples...
The government has challenged public sector organizations to demonstrate that they can provide the best service in terms of cost and quality. The Achieving Management Potential (AMP) programme is an important part of the Inland Revenue′s response to that challenge. In 1991 the IR drew up an...
British Aerospace (MAD) has launched Open Learning Centres on three of its sites with a fourth to open shortly. Considers the various mechanisms being used to assess overall effectiveness and identifies three strands of the process: measurement, monitoring and evaluation. Concludes with the...
There are many works by academics and practitioners on the need to find a sybmiotic relationship between academia and industry in the field of management development. One significant trend is “action learning” or learning by doing. Describes initiatives pioneered by several learning institutions...
Business and management ethics have assumed a high profile in recent years. This has sometimes provoked a sceptical, even cynical, reaction from those who express doubt concerning the feasibility or relevance of teaching the subject. Addresses some common misconceptions and offers clarification....
Describes and reviews one major initiative within the context of a ten‐year organization development strategy. Outlines the key steps involved in extending a performance management and planning process to over 600 supervisory and clinical staff. Indicates that high levels of external uncertainty...
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