Management Development Review: Volume 5 Issue 4

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STEVE SHIRLEY ON MANAGEMENT

Andrew Forrest

An interview with one of the UK′s outstanding businesswomen. Thefact that she was unable to go to university made her achieve her goalsby different means from those attained by…

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INDIVIDUAL DEVELOPMENT PLANS

Charles Margerison

Personal responsibility and choice is a key element of managementdevelopment. Looks at self‐development and management roles, and theways in which managers can learn to take on…

350

WHICH WAY BRITISH MANUFACTURING?

Coopers Lybrand Deloitte

According to most reports – recent in terms of recession andover the last decade with reference to international competition –British manufacturing is no story. Messages of gloom…

347

PEOPLE CHALLENGES IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR: A TUC VIEW

Improving service quality are watchwords for the public sector,often involving employee development and empowerment programmes,partnerships between trade unions and employers and…

332

HOW LEARNING ORGANIZATIONS ARE CREATED

Alan Jones, Chris Hendry

With continuous learning being so essential to corporate wellbeingin the future, the learning organization concept is seriously takingroot. Examines how learning organizations are…

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THE MANAGEMENT OF TRAINING IN THE SMALLER FIRM

Sarah Vickerstaff

Training and management development in the smaller‐firm sector isan often‐neglected area. Presents the findings and main conclusions fromresearch conducted at Canterbury Business…

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TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT PRIORITIES IN THE NORTH‐EAST

The findings of a research project on the training and developmentof managers in the North‐East have recently been published which provideinsights into important trends. The…

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ISSN:

0962-2519

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1992 – 1997

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Emerald Publishing Limited