Journal of Management Development


Human Resource Management

Table Of Contents: Volume 4 Issue 1

“Mod” Management Development: Does It Deliver What It Promises?

John W. Newstrom

The non‐traditional management development methods implied by “mod”, including “executive image” seminars and “wilderness” training, need to be viewed cautiously if they…

“Management by Satellite”—Management Education in the South Pacific

John M. Hailey

The main lessons for tutors working in the developing world, gained from the teaching of management education over a dispersed area by the University of the South Pacific…

Critical Issues in Performance Appraisal

David K. Banner, James M. Graber

The improvement of performance appraisal systems is a matter of sharing a social definition of performance appraisal that is congruent with the original intent decided by…

Developing Local Nationals in a Multinational

J.R. Crosby

Management development is most effectively conducted when all activities contributing to recruitment, growth, retention, and motivation of staff are collectively…

Mapping as an Aid to Creativity

Sue Jones, David Sims

Mapping techniques offer a problem‐solving faculty for individuals and groups; they help managers access and build on personal wisdom and work as an effective adjunct to…



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