Moving skills over the cultural divide

Arkin, Anat
July 1995
People Management;7/13/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 14, p36
Part III. Provides information on the role of western management institutions on capitalist business methods in Central and Eastern Europe. Comments of Allan Mitchell, director for European Federation for Management Education (EFMD) on the problems facing management education; Promotion and reassessment of management education in Western business schools; Needs for training initiatives for personnel and employees.


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