Management Development Review: Volume 5 Issue 5

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IT SKILLS TRAINING BECOMES NATIONAL ISSUE

Peter Bonfield

Highlights an address made at the launch of West London TEC′s ITSkills Forum. Discusses ICL′s training policy and structure; advocatesan investment in skills for the future to…

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PEOPLE AND SKILLS IN CALDERDALE AND KIRKLEES

A comprehensive survey into training, skills and experience plusqualifications of residents in two adjacent West Yorkshire areas. Givesan accurate profile and interesting results.

196

GETTING THE BEST FROM THE GREAT OUTDOORS

Wendy Yeadon

Argues that teamwork involved in such outdoor pursuits as rafting,treasure hunts and abseiling, etc. can only strengthen and improve theorganizational health of companies – if…

258

COUNSELLING AND ADVICE IN MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT

Charles Margerison

Gives advice on topics relevant to the techniques employed inmanagement counselling and consultancy. Shows that all managers can giveand receive useful input and the experience…

317

PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT IN PRACTICE

To many organizations “performance management” is a wayof summarizing their appraisal and pay systems; to others it is anholistic concept. Illustrates such a system which has…

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MIDDLE MANAGEMENT’S PIVOTAL ROLE

Sue Dopson

The impact of structural change is being substantially felt inmiddle management, with many commentators prepared to write off thistier of management. Explores the changing role of…

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WEST LONDON IT SKILLS SURVEY

The IT Skills Survey recently commissioned and published by WestLondon TEC raises significant points on training gaps and needs.

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LABOUR DEMAND CONCERNS IN WARWICKSHIRE

Reports on research compiled and released by Coventry andWarwickshire TEC with supporting material from the Councils of CoventryCity and the County of Warwickshire. Provides…

293

HELPING OTHERS COPE WITH PRESSURE AT WORK

Tanya Arroba, Kim James

The management of stress both at home and at work is vitallyimportant if employers are to get the best out of their workforce.Focuses on a four‐stage mode for helping others…

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JE NE SAIS QUOI

Patricia Brace‐Gough

Compares the general malaise felt by a company that is not usingits people appropriately to a patient who is feeling “a bit belowpar”. Explores this medical analogy and identifies…

412

MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT IS DEAD!

Peter Wickens

Management development as a separate, discrete area of activity intraining is no longer viable. Challenges the status quo but gives anexplanation of the need for companies to look…

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ISSN:

0962-2519

Online date, start – end:

1992 – 1997

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited