Are you managing to widen the scope?

August 2006
Works Management;Aug2006, Vol. 59 Issue 8, p32
The article introduces Cranfield University's Cranfield General Management Program (CGMP) for the advance training of senior managers in England. The program intends to widen management skills through tackling strategic business issues. CGMP director Martin Clarke explains that industry today relies more on individual initiative and managers are challenged to contribute their best. Topics of the course include strategic management, business environment, and leadership and teamwork.


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