Action Learning: on-the-job training for the top manager of the future

Unni, V. K.
January 1980
Advanced Management Journal (03621863);Winter80, Vol. 45 Issue 1, p27
Academic Journal
Discusses the Action Learning Program (ALP), a management development effort that trains selected managers from one organization by having them work on and recommend solutions to strategic problems of others. Principles to which ALP is based; Parties involved in the program; Structure of the program.


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