Defines the successful Euro manager as someone who is comfortable in managing and challenging diversity, in particular the differences between people of different cultures. Suggests the need to re‐examine the management competences needed to be a pan‐European manager. Considers that training courses may not be the most effective method of developing competences. Proposes that wider use of learning opportunities is needed ranging from projects and secondments to distance learning and computer based training.
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