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Describes the link between the potential improvements that can be made in business performance and the practical incorporation of psychometric instruments within human resource strategies. Explains psychometrics which is used in two quite different contexts: with a business orientation; or to...
Action learning is defined as a dynamic syndrome (flowing together) of four primary activities, each of which enhances the others. In practice, experiential learning is given focus by being problem‐oriented. This combination of experiential learning and problem‐solving is supplemented and...
What is the learning organization? Why is it important? Learning is often seen as an individual level activity but organizational learning is concerned with collective learning processes. The second half is an annotated bibliography of key books in the field.
Aims to answer the questions: What is the Pygmalion effect? How can it be used to advance careers? How can the negative effect be broken? Uses Rosenthal′s four‐factor theory to provide some answers to those questions.
Explores issues arising from an evaluation of a qualification based management development programme run in partnership between Bristol Business School and Chep UK Ltd. Finds the outcomes of the research were important in three ways. First, in providing a greater understanding of stakeholder...
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