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The Keys to Successful Management Development in the 1990s

The Keys to Successful Management Development in the 1990s Europe in 1992 will have a different environment. To remaincompetitive firms will need to have improved their internalorganisation. The relationships between three organisational variablestask design, work flow and people and technicalcomplexity are discussed. The Japanese teamcentred approach to thesethree variables is compared with the traditional, managercentredapproach. Management development professionals are introduced to ateamcentred approach to improvement, i.e. the technology ofimprovement. They are also shown how they can assist their firms inachieving the team approach through the process of cooperativelearning. Cooperative, competitive and individual learning models arecompared and management development professionals responsibilities arepresented. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Management Development Emerald Publishing

The Keys to Successful Management Development in the 1990s

Journal of Management Development , Volume 10 (2): 11 – Feb 1, 1991

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Emerald Publishing
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0262-1711
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10.1108/02621719110142913
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Abstract

Europe in 1992 will have a different environment. To remaincompetitive firms will need to have improved their internalorganisation. The relationships between three organisational variablestask design, work flow and people and technicalcomplexity are discussed. The Japanese teamcentred approach to thesethree variables is compared with the traditional, managercentredapproach. Management development professionals are introduced to ateamcentred approach to improvement, i.e. the technology ofimprovement. They are also shown how they can assist their firms inachieving the team approach through the process of cooperativelearning. Cooperative, competitive and individual learning models arecompared and management development professionals responsibilities arepresented.

Journal

Journal of Management DevelopmentEmerald Publishing

Published: Feb 1, 1991

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