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In spite of the trend to delegate the training and development ofnew managers to line managers, new managers often arrive on shortmanagement programmes without clearly formulated learning needs. Ifbusiness schools are to deliver significant learning experiences, theymust find ways to help course...
Describes the background to and some of the design issuesraised by the BT Redeployment Development Centre project. Boththe ethical considerations of shared feedback and benefits to theparticipants are examined in a change management context. Highlightssome possible pitfalls for potential...
Explores how a modular projectbased approach to managementdevelopment was initiated and developed within Volvo Concessionairespart of Lex Service plc in partnership with Sundridge Park ManagementCentre. Stresses the importance of toplevel commitment, particularly indirectors taking on roles of...
A model of effective set advising is researched from a literaturereview and repertory grid interviews with set advisers, and is thentested against experience. The model framework describes the keyactivities what, the advising processes how and the purposes andmotives why. The dimensions of...
Presents an experiencebased model which is an approach tomanagement training and development, and describes a management coursewith an integrated framework. Distinguishes between team process andteam task, and introduces team building as a way of achievingorganizational objectives as well as a...
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