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April 1998
People Management;04/16/98, Vol. 4 Issue 8, p43
Presents the views of three current vice-presidents of the Institute of Personnel Development (IPD) on how continuing professional development (CPD) works for them. Organizations' regular performance management process; Major restructuring of the personnel function; Addition of value at human resource (HR) director level; Remarks of Ian Beardwell, Judith Evans and Ron Collard. INSET: A never-ending story. by Kim Howells.


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