Research topic: manager training

Butcher, David
February 2009
People Management;2/26/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p41
The article reports on an online survey, which examined the proportion of executives that underwent management development training. Results of the survey revealed a lack of specific management development in most of the industry sectors. Professionals from travel and transport, the public sector and human resources (HR) received sufficient management development while 62% of legal professionals are deemed to have insufficient training to be a good manager. Also, 46% of those surveyed either did not have training or had insufficient development.


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