- Curriculum Design for Management Training. Galosy, Julia R. // Training & Development Journal;Jan1983, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p48
Suggests that the challenge of curriculum design for management training is to build a coherent, sequential plan which will provide structure to the full gamut of management training programs. Elements of a management training course; Management groupings; Management dimensions.
- Beyond the Myth of Leadership-Style Training: The Final Chapter. Drelinger, Craig; Rice, Dan // Training & Development Journal;Jan1983, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p54
Discusses a study on developing an appropriate organizational practice. Elimination of the need for much management training and training in functional management skills; Reduction of the need for some technical and professional training; Description of the organizational practice of the U.S....
- A TOTAL TRAINING CONCEPT FOR MANAGEMENT AND TECHNICAL TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT. Luce, Leonard F. // Training & Development Journal;Aug70, Vol. 24 Issue 8, p46
Proposes a total training concept for management and technical training and development. Phases of the training program; Skills training ladder; Details of the training courses.
- executive development. // New Zealand Management;Jun2009, Vol. 56 Issue 5, p17
A calendar of executive and management development programs and courses in New Zealand in June and July 2009 is presented, including Human Resource Management on June 9 to 10, Business Skills for New Managers in Wellington on June 10 to 11, and Company Directors' Course on July 5 to 10.
- A training manager's diary. // Training & Coaching Today;Nov/Dec2006, p4
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- ASSESSING BRUNEI DARUSSALAM'S MANAGEMENT TRAINING NEEDS USING A COMPETENCY FRAMEWORK. Rajah, Edwin; Wallace, Joseph // International Journal of Employment Studies;Oct1993, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p165
The growing importance of management training worldwide, coupled with new contextual factors impinging on curricula were seen as important catalysts for planners of management training in Brunei. Views of chief executives, human resource managers and management trainers, acting as proxies for...
- Back to school. Huson, Sally-Ann // People Management;11/6/2003, Vol. 9 Issue 22, p42
Focuses on the exclusion of corporate board members from training and development programs. Need for people holding senior positions in organizations to keep learning; Importance of occupational training to senior team members; Variation in the training approach.
- THE NEED FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION IN MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT: CASE OF KUWAIT UNIVERSITY. Alansari, Eissa M.; Al-Shehab, Ali J. // Social Behavior & Personality: an international journal;2006, Vol. 34 Issue 8, p1027
The need for continuing education in management development was investigated with special reference to Kuwait University, and the nature and practice of continuing education, its purposes, problems and its evaluation in relation to management development were reviewed. It was concluded that...
- How toâ€¦ make training memorable. Redford, Kirstie // Personnel Today;1/1/2008, p25
The article offers insights on the how to make a memorable training program for managers. Justin Skelton, managing director of Apex Training and Development, implies that the training should be significant for the future purposes. Training specialist Rob Taylor states that the assessment of the...