Career Development International: Volume 3 Issue 3


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Recipes for organisational effectiveness. Mad, bad, or just dangerous to know?

Bernard Burnes

Suggests that current advice on how to achieve, maintain or improve organisational effectiveness is flawed in certain respects: there is a lack of clarity as to what…


Telling the story of organizational effectiveness

Jeff Gold

There are a plethora of meanings that surround the term effectiveness even though the pursuit of effectiveness is taken for granted in modern organizations. Many definitions…


Grandpa lived to see white men walking on the moon (and other tales of employee development)

Richard J. Holden, John Hamblett

Initiatives in employee development (non‐work related learning) represent a significant growth phenomenon. Identifies an orthodox account of ED which has developed alongside this…


The contribution of non‐executive directors to the effectiveness of corporate governance

Thomas Clarke

Examines the role of non‐executive directors. Argues that there is universal agreement on the need for outsiders to be involved in company direction and that shareholders are not…


Linking mental models and cognitive maps as an aid to organisational learning

David P. Spicer

Effective organisational learning is critical in today’s turbulent business conditions, and for this to occur, an organisation requires an effective means of storing and…

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  • Dr Jennifer A. Harrison