Managers at a firm of 7,000 workers were included in a plan drawn up for executive development which had the typical problems relative to size and nature. Encouraged to discuss problems and put forward ideas and agendas, the managers showed higher commitment and in the environment provided management development increased apace. Of major importance will be future management progress as companies seek to retain supervisors and managers with training in the new ways. Includes a checklist in three parts for managers with proposed work preferences and learning.
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