Journal of Management Development


Human Resource Management

Table Of Contents: Volume 14 Issue 10

Management development under adversity?

Tom Redman, Don Keithle, dam Szalkowski

Examines the nature of management training in Poland, which hasbeen largely technical and production oriented with little emphasis onstrategic or behavioural aspects…

Cultural, social and organizational transitions: the consequences for the Hungarian manager

Lenke Simon, Goronwy Davies

Provides an interpretation of some of the consequences of recenttransitions in Hungary and how these consequences have affectedmanagerial behaviour in that country. Using…

Teaching international business management effectively

Carol A. Vielba, David J. Edelshain

Presents the results of a survey of young British managers studyingfor their MBA about their views on the knowledge and skills needed tomanage effectively across…

People as sculptors versus sculptures

Melanie Giles, Michael West

Based on the assumption that employees want more personal controlover their career development, organizations are currently pursuing theimplementation of career…

Developmental outcomes of an executive MBA programme

Arnie D. Hilgert

Demonstrates that EMBA graduates experience broadendedperspectives. They “think more broadly”, “understandmore comprehensively” and report the “life changing”outcomes…



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