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Traditionally, the effectiveness of the senior officials within the public sector has been disproportionately associated with task instead of people‐related skills. A study of 74 senior managers within Indian Railways, over three years, has revealed that managers, in order to become effective,...
Arises from a concern with the relationship between providers of management education programmes and their client groups. Addresses two issues: what the author considers to be the core requirements necessary for the design of effective tailor‐made management education programmes; how this...
The strategy literature focuses on the firm or industry as the unit of analysis. In the game of “jockeying for positions” through “a process of creative destruction”, companies create imperfections (dominating suppliers and customers create entrance barriers) to achieve results above average....
Focuses on the problems of transferring western models of management to other cultures with specific reference to the UK and Egyptian technical education sector. Using Hofstede′s framework, a cultural overview of UK and Egyptian public sector education principals is provided. Reveals substantial...
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