A Guide to Management Development Techniques: What to Use when

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Kogan Page Publishers, 2001 - Business & Economics - 178 pages
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This is an introductory guide to the various techniques used in management development. Each technique is described in detail, its use explored and its strengths and weaknesses examined. Each technique is also illustrated by a case study showing the technique in action. The final section of the book provides a range of matrices and comparative tables showing how to select the most appropriate technique for the situation. Covering every technique from the traditional to the digital, the book shows how best to use everything from coaching and team building to internet or intranet based training.An essential guide for both managers conducting mentoring and training, and for trainers.

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Kenneth Fee is a learning and development consultant, specialising in e-learning strategy. He has consulted with blue chip clients and designed solutions based on published learning resources. Kenneth was founding Chief Executive of the eLearning Alliance, is a Chartered Fellow of the CIPD and a Fellow of CMI.

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