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Management training for international students is an increasingly large, but competitive and volatile, global market. Training providers need to ensure that they are market‐oriented and avoid an ethnocentric approach. Programme delivery needs to take account of the national context in which...
Recent research from The Aziz Corporation shows that training managers are clued up when it comes to the need for presentation training and its benefits, yet those who are most in need of this help are still missing out. This article argues that spoken communications must be given more attention...
Conflict is generally thought of as an obstruction to progress, but it need not be. There cannot be development if there is only one opinion. The problems come when people are defensive about their views, and feel threatened by opposing ones. Another way is to welcome differing outlooks as fresh...
Outlines some of the questions raised during the course of a qualitative research inquiry into the personal consequences of organisational change for directors who are “drivers” of such change. Links these questions to more general issues and trends in the organisation of work (Handy) and for...
Describes how CCL industries (UK) went about establishing a structured training program for middle managers. Begins by detailing the business background leading to this development need. A summary is given of the options considered before deciding to run its own, externally validated, in‐house...
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