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The red-blue exercise is an example of an iterated prisoner's dilemma (IPD) and is commonly used in educational and training settings to help participants to develop skills in conflict management, negotiation, and inter-group dynamics. In this paper, it is argued that the exercise is poorly...
The National Health Service (NHS) is the largest employer in the UK and has a diverse workforce with many different professional groups. This can make introducing a planned programme of change a complex and difficult task. Examines the process in the shape of Investors in People (IIP) within a...
Reviews the literature on strategic human resource development (SHRD) and explores the concept specifically in the context of the work of Garavan (1991), which highlighted nine key characteristics of SHRD. Garavan's seminal paper is used as a starting point from which to examine the development...
Examines the contribution of conventional academia to the high levels of under-performance and failure in IT investments. Concludes that inter-disciplinary collaboration and dialogue offer a feasible basis for co-ordinating and integrating the knowledge and expertise of the IT and organisation...
Examines the situation for women workers in Australia after a ten-year focus on training. The National Training Reform Agenda is discussed and the position of women in the Australian workforce explained. Comparative statistics on workplace training and some qualitative studies that illuminate...
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