A survey of 21 UK NGOs identified a number of interesting issues associated with management training activities within them. These issues include a dissatisfaction with management training, the mis‐match between stated organizational training needs and what training was in fact engaged in, the apparent lack both of a systematic approach to management training, or of learning from approaches to training in other sectors, and the role of evaluation. These findings lead to the observation that perhaps the purpose of management training within NGOs needs to be assessed within the framework of the donating public’s image of the sector.
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