Management Development Review: Volume 5 Issue 6

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DOES YOUR ORGANIZATION PASS THE STRATEGIC IQ TEST?

Ann Orton

The success of an organization could very well rest on theimplementation of appropriate strategies in all key areas. This couldaffect financial performance, product development…

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THE MANAGER AS COACH

Tom Barry

The secret of a manager becoming effective in coaching or trainingindividuals lies in personal attributes which will be respected andperhaps admired by the people involved in the…

577

DEVELOPING THE MIDDLE MANAGER FOR GLOBALIZATION

Mike Regan

Looks at globalization in its broadest terms and in particular theauthor′s experiences with Electrolux as it faced the challenge of movinginto the twenty‐first century. Examines…

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MANAGEMENT CHALLENGES FOR SURVIVAL

Garry Hunt

The investment in information technology and the training ofpersonnel to use this effectively and knowledgeably, is paramount if acompany is to be successful in facing increasing…

291

HANDLING GRIEVANCES AND UNFAIRNESS

Details the topic of disciplinary procedures and also a report ofACAS in the northern region. Managers and supervisors are at the firstlevel when an employee raises a particular…

529

CORPORATE DECLINE AND RECOVERY

Eric Cassells

With the growing numbers of companies failing, due to the currenteconomic climate, there has been a revival of interest in the theoriesof corporate recovery, turnaround, revival…

596

THE RISE OF THE CORPORATE BUSINESS SCHOOL

Charles Margerison

The quality of management, in ensuring the success of anorganization, can be greatly enhanced by the continuing training andeducation of managers. One way of doing this is by…

232

EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT AT FORD

The development of an employee development assistance programme atFord Motor Company goes from strength to strength, with unions andmanagement seeing great benefits to their…

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IDENTIFYING THE DEVILS

Anthea Jonas

Assessment and appraisal of an organization′s employees should becarried out by well‐trained and fully competent personnel and highstandards can be achieved by the implementation…

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CREDITING MANAGEMENT COMPETENCE: RIGHT OR WRONG?

Robert A. Paton, David Boddy, Sylvia MacDonald

Summarizes the findings of a recently completed research project onCompetence in higher education at Glasgow University Business School andoutlines a subsequently developing…

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ISSN:

0962-2519

Online date, start – end:

1992 – 1997

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited