Management Development Review: Volume 8 Issue 3


Table of contents

Pay and performance drive human resource agendas

James Creelman

Discusses a recent UK survey of 250 companies on pay, appraisal andcareer development. Findings indicate that competence‐based pay beatsperformance‐related pay, consultant input…


In search of rising stars

Paul Honeyborne

Suggests that creating and managing today′s and tomorrow′s keyplayers consists fundamentally of three aspects. First, they have to berecruited effectively in order to provide an…


Developing managing directors

Stephen Merckx

Reports on a survey undertaken by the Merlin Leadership Consultancyin which 45 managing directors and chief executives of organizations inthe north‐east of England were…


Management development to the millennium

Karen Cole

Describes the findings of the Management Development to theMillennium project of the Institute of Management. The research wascarried out by two working parties, one examining…


How British and Romanian directors compare

Michaela Kelemen

Asserts that a lot of research has been carried out in the area ofdirectorship theory but little attempt has been made to apply thisacross cultures. Sets out to explore…


Developing a competence‐based management training programme

Marie Strebler

Examines the use of competences in the light of the many claimswhich have been made about them recently. Investigates whether they arehere to stay or just a passing phase. One…


Empowerment: you can’t give it, people have to want it

Max Hand

Poses the question as to why people often demonstrate so much lessenthusiasm and commitment in work than outside it. Identifiesempowerment as the means to restore a feeling of…




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