Aims to demonstrate how conceptual frameworks can guide managerial training in education. Such purpose should apply to various countries because the concepts, by their nature, have universal characteristics. Uses three managerial functions: the rationale for their selection; the methods of teaching them; and the results of teaching as benchmarks of the use of the guidelines. Also provides an argument that other managerial functions can be taught in the same way. This work, which focuses on communication, style and problem solving, is considered experimental in nature. More research is needed to understand better the relations between conceptual frameworks and administration training.
Glasman, N.S. (1997), "Using conceptual frameworks in management training: the case of education", International Journal of Educational Management, Vol. 11 No. 5, pp. 209-217. https://doi.org/10.1108/09513549710174905Download as .RIS
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