Are you `growing' into an executive?

Brown, Tom
March 1994
Industry Week/IW;3/21/94, Vol. 243 Issue 6, p25
Trade Publication
Discusses the trend in executive development in industrial organizations. Background of executive human-resource development; Nature of executive development; Importance of encouragement from top level management for a successful executive development program.


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