Management Development Review: Volume 6 Issue 3

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DEMYTHOLOGIZING MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT

Brian Wilson

Looks at the appointment and development of managers and thetechniques involved therein. Observes that even after training the shockto a new manager on his/her appointment can be…

368

SENIOR MANAGERS AND COMPETENCE

David Birchall

Examines the Management Charter Initiative′s Senior Manager′sStandards project and assesses its effect on the long‐term developmentof organizations using it. Also investigates the…

454

DEVELOPING THE TALENT‐LED COMPANY

Terry Lunn

Examines the way organizations are establishing sustainablecompetitive advantage to combat the effects of the recession. Investingin training is pointed as one way of building on…

688

EVALUATING TQM: IS IT WORTH IT?

Graeme Crombie

Reviews total quality management (TQM) and investigates whether ithas run its course. Discusses criticisms aimed at TQM and answersquestions posed. Goes on to show that total…

966

HR IMPLICATIONS OF THE CITIZEN’S CHARTER

Andrew Kelly

Personnel and HRM must face up to the challenge of the Government′sCitizen′s Charter and the implications of BS5750. Looks at the role ofHR professionals in local authorities and…

535

CCI: THE STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT TOOL

David Grayson

It is estimated that by the year 2000, 40 per cent of all the UKworkforce will require first degree level of education as a minimum.Examines the role of Corporate Community…

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BECOMING A BETTER MANAGER?

Roy Newey

Presents the author′s examination of the way in which, withoutformal education, he built up a multi‐million pound business employingover 100 staff, and then sold it to take up…

448

IMPROVING AND REVIEWING MANAGER PERFORMANCE

Charles Margerison

Appraisal of performance, although thought of as a good idea, needsto be done well, otherwise major problems can arise. Looks at a case inan engineering company where the author…

639

TRAINING AND MANAGEMENT SUFFER IN CONSTRUCTION

John Griffiths

The construction industry may not be fully prepared for growthbecause of the lack of training in recent years. Reports on the CITB′s“Investors in People” (IIP) campaign which…

568

THINK MANAGER, THINK MALE

Virginia E. Schein, Marilyn J. Davidson

Examines a recent managerial sex typing research project. Resultsshow that it is still very difficult for women to reach top managerialjobs and those who do are very much in the…

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ISSN:

0962-2519

Online date, start – end:

1992 – 1997

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited