Management Development Review: Volume 8 Issue 1


Table of contents

Selecting and developing talent: an alternetive approach

Terry Lunn

To be competitive in the future, companies will need to achievethree times the productivity with only one third of the number ofpeople. Organizations must appreciate the increases…


Big Mac′s lifetime learning

Ken Tomkins

McDonald′s employs over 32,000 people in the UK. Every member ofmanagement receives training at one of the regional training centres andat the national centre, Hamburger…


Critical success in management development

Robert Newton, Michael Wilkinson

Details the results of an attempt to identify the impact of acomprehensive management development programme on organizationaleffectiveness within the health service public sector…


Can we standardize leadership performance

J.T. Carr

By using a leadership performance strategy based on the three keyelements of productivity, teamwork and entrepreneurship, performancecriteria can be measured. Presents an example…


The power of personal development

Gael Lindenfield

There is a current boom of interest from managers in personaldevelopment. Describes inner and outer self‐confidence. Presents someexamples of wares which are available from the…


Client‐based management education: values and quality

Bruce Macfarlane, Laurie Lomas

Over recent years there has been a considerable growth in theprovision of client‐based postgraduate and post‐experience managementeducation. Client‐based programmes delivered on…


Issues in hospitality and catering

David Harbourne

The Hotel and Catering Training Company′s latest research project,Employment in the Catering and Hospitality Industry – EmployeeAttitudes and Career Expectations, shows that…




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