Assessment Centers in Human Resource Management

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Addison-Wesley, 1992 - Business & Economics - 276 pages
While assessment centers have been used for numerous human-resource management functions, all assessment centers are not alike. This book shows how assessment for managerial selection/promotion, diagnosis of managerial training needs, and team building among managerial groups are done differently. The author also shows how the assessed dimensions, observations, and participant feedback all must be tailor-made to the specific application of the assessment-center method.

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Assessment Centers and Human Resource Management
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Case Studies of Assessment Centers in Operation
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Basic Requirements of an Assessment Center
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