- Development at new high. // Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;Jul/Aug99, Issue 15, p5
Cites a survey which found that the number of British companies giving increased priority to management development since 1998 has risen. Independent survey commissioned by MCI being part of the National Training Organisation for Management and Enterprise.
- Joint development. Anfield, John // People Management;02/06/97, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p34
Describes a consortium of eight British blue-chip companies that have used a self-directed learning approach to management development. Names of eight companies involved; System on how the consortium work; How to adopt the partnership approach; Benefits derived by participants.
- Is Management Development Doing the Job? Hoffman, Frank O. // Training & Development Journal;Jan1983, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p34
Discusses the role of the quality of management training and development on the shortage of managers in the U.S. business sector. Managers' assessment of the impact of courses and formal systems on their performance; Abundance of ineffective in-house training systems; Curriculum offered by...
- Companies now training managers and leaders. Hatch, Addy // Journal of Business (10756124);8/29/2002, Vol. 17 Issue 18, pA15
Focuses on the management training programs offered by companies in Washington. Types of management programs; Benefits offered to participating executives; Reasons of companies for establishing such programs.
- Train your managers and break through the growth barrier. Oliver, Judith // Management Today;May98, p92
Focuses on the growth prospects for Great Britain's owner-managed firms. Statistics on the amount of owner-managed firms that have no plans for growth; Comments made by Colin Barrow, head of Cranfield's business growth and development program; Benefits of management development training for...
- Put your firm's goals in historical perspective. Frigeri, Arnold J. // Management Review;Mar80, Vol. 69 Issue 3, p33
Examines the importance of setting corporate goals for management development. Allocation of time and money; Inclusion of the processes for business planning; Production of the dysfunctional behaviors.
- The Multinational Corporation's Expatriate Problem: An Application of Murphy's Law. Harvey, Michael G. // Business Horizons;Jan/Feb83, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p71
Focuses on the use of long-term superior training programs for multinational corporations (MNC) experiencing shortage of executives in the United States. Inadequacies of MNC training; Recommendations for the change of socialization process to develop global viewpoint; Strategies of a...
- Learn to take on a management role. Cowlett, Mary // Marketing (00253650);9/13/2001, p31
Highlights the need for marketing managers in Great Britain to train in management techniques. Role of a marketing manager in a company's overall growth; External management training providers in the country; Skills needed by marketing managers. INSET: THE MARKETER'S VIEWPOINT..
- Crossing National Borders To Get Trained. Zeira, Yoram; Pazy, Asya // Training & Development Journal;Oct85, Vol. 39 Issue 10, p53
Reports on companies' decision to send managers and professionals to foreign firms for training. Combination of on- and off-the-job training; foal of introducing organizational changes in the parent company; Changes in the interaction between the host organization and its environment. INSET:...