Seeks to provide understanding of the challenges facing managementdevelopment in South Africa in the next decade a desperate shortage ofmanagerial skills a particular need for trained Black managers to fillthe opportunities that are opening up. Describes management developmenttechniques and programmes offered in South Africa, and the kinds ofinstitutions and organizations that offer them. Suggests that, despitethe need, surprisingly little Black management development has beenaccomplished, and what has been done has often not addressed themarginal position in which many Black managers find themselves, nor usedeffective techniques which adequately match local culture. Draws on theauthors research, and personal work experience in South Africa, forrecommendations for improving South African management developmentprogrammes in the 1990s.
Journal of Management Development – Emerald Publishing
Published: Feb 1, 1992
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