Management Development Review: Volume 5 Issue 1

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THE YOUNG MANAGER AS A SATELLITE CAMERA

David Norburn

An adaptation of the inaugural address to 1991‐92 postgraduates atImperial College, expounds the required skills of managers present andfuture emphasizing that they should acquire…

329

CAPITAL DEVELOPMENTS IN TRAINING RAPPORT

Joan Bates

Following on from the Government′s White Papers, discusses majoreducational issues involving the London universities, polytechnics andfurther education colleges. Examines these…

332

WHAT MANAGERS WANT FROM MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT

Charles Margerison

Managers at a firm of 7,000 workers were included in a plan drawnup for executive development which had the typical problems relative tosize and nature. Encouraged to discuss…

502

USING WHY, WHAT AND HOW TO HELP MANAGERS LEARN

Carole Osterweil

Line managers are very important cogs in the managerial wheel.Discusses the Ashridge Developing Managerial Skills programme andexamines line managers′ attitudes to themselves and…

284

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF GENDER AND MANAGEMENT STYLE

Marilyn Davidson, Margaret Ferrario

An examination of styles of management with comparisons of 124female and 95 male managers. Shows that there are two defined parts ofleadership behaviour. Investigates the findings…

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GENDER: WHAT DOES THE RESEARCH TELL US?

Valerie Hammond

Reviews research on men and women in management and looks at thediffering standards expected. Most of the existing research has beendone in the USA but Europe and some parts of…

349

DOES MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT PRODUCE RESULTS?

Alan Lennon

Looks at the changes which have occurred following NorthernIreland′s Training and Employment Agency (T&EA) launch. Discussesthe role of the administration manager, particularly…

317

LEARNING MATERIALS DESIGN METHODOLOGY

Alistair Morrison

Skillchange instruction methodology (SIM), a new design approach,is outlined. A systematic approach is obviously needed and thisdevelopment methodology shows how it can work in…

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THE USES AND ABUSES OF TRANSACTIONAL ANALYSIS

Julie Hay

“Psychological Brainwashing” is just one term whichpeople have used to describe transactional analysis (TA). Examines therelevant facts and remarks upon course evaluations. Shows…

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THE DEVELOPMENT OF FIRST‐LINE MANAGERS AT ICI

Ian Pearce

Reports on ICI′s training and development of first‐line managers,including the various processes and stages of thinking. Shows theimportance of first‐line managers and includes a…

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ISSN:

0962-2519

Online date, start – end:

1992 – 1997

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited