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Changes in the work environment – increased empowerment, process re‐engineering, greater competitiveness – have led to a more urgent need for effective teamworking within the workplace. Employers have introduced a variety of teamworking activities into their training programmes, with promising...
Acknowledges that the subject of occupational stress has become a major workplace issue. Suggests that employers may expect training and development specialists to play an increasingly prominent role in tackling stress within the workplace. Identifies a general lack of a consensus about the...
Describes the cross‐cultural training content of a management development programme in a multinational. Concentrates on a series of half‐day intercultural workshops held for each of the company’s five Peer Groups which were preceded by a questionnaire to all participants. The workshop was first...
The managing director of a small Essex company specialising in fire and flood restoration believes that education and training are the key to providing a top‐quality operation in the service industries. He describes how, in the absence of any other nationally‐recognised standards for this...
Over the course of the 1990s the level of interest as well as the sophistication of best practices in the management of intangible assets have increased dramatically. This article is intended to provide information on the current state of best practices in the management of intellectual capital....
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