Developing and Applying Study Skills: Writing Assignments, Dissertations and Management Reports

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CIPD Publishing, 2005 - Authorship - 166 pages
This text is unique in the market in providing a practical guide to help students through preparing for, working on and completing management reports/assignments. It looks at the skills required to produce these successfully, how to gain these skills and when and how to apply them. TARGETED AT - Students studying CIPD Professional Qualifications and undergraduate and post graduate students on all business and HRM courses

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About the author (2005)

Donald Currie has seventeen years' experience in Personnel as both a senior manager and a consultant, after qualifying as an Applied Occupational Psychologist. He subsequently joined Southampton Institute where he has run the Personnel Management Programme for many years and introduced the IPD-CPP course of which he is course leader.

He broadcasts and speaks widely on personnel issues with a special interest in occupational stress.

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