Describes the experience of participants and staff on the European Management Teacher Programme, launched in January 1991 as a joint venture between the Management School at Lancaster University and Groupe ESC Lyon in response to the continuing shortage of trained faculty in European business schools. Highlights some of the difficulties in operating across different national training set‐ups and underlines the value of periods of immersion and of extended professional networks for enhanced inter‐cultural understanding.
Ryder, J. and Easterby‐Smith, M. (1992), "WORKING TOGETHER IN EUROPE: THE CASE OF THE EUROPEAN MANAGEMENT TEACHER PROGRAMME", European Business Review, Vol. 92 No. 2. https://doi.org/10.1108/EUM0000000001898Download as .RIS
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