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Draws parallels between our consulting model (derived from the work of Gerard Egan), the core processes of the Myers‐Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and the managerial roles required in effective organizations. Argues that there are synergies between the four stages of the consultancy model, four...
The basic aim of any training intervention is to effect some form of change. In assessing change that occurs after a period of training, researchers may tap one or all of three conceptually different kinds of change: alpha, beta and gamma. In alpha change, the participant′s report of change is...
Aims to corroborate the observation which the title states, and answers the question which it poses by drawing on the results of a project conducted at a pharmaceutical company. Results showed that: the roles of sales executive and sales management had primary performance demands which were...
The impact of technological and organizational changes on strategies, structures, criteria of success, leadership styles, work relations and role interactions has complex and contradictory consequences for today′s work environment. Considers all the potential and interacting stressors in working...
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