Management Development in Poland: Building Management Training Capacity with Foreign Partnerships

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Richard Thomas
Ashgate, Jan 1, 1998 - Business & Economics - 226 pages
From 1990 onwards, the pace of change in Poland has been rapid, and the degree on international involvement has significantly increased. This text examines the role of outsiders in helping Polish individuals and institutions to develop a range of management education and training initiatives. Between 1991 and 1997 a range of international donors worked with Polish counterparts to change the management education and training system in Poland, in order to build sustainable business/training organizations of high quality. The book examines these international funds, particularly the British Government Know How Funded Regional Management Centres project, and looks at their various levels of achievements.

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Richard Thomas is a highly respected and much-beloved actor. In addition to his Emmy-winning portrayal of John-Boy on the television series The Waltons, he has appeared in many other TV shows, movies, and plays. As host of It's a Miracle, he brings tremendous compassion and joy to chronicling true-life accounts of miraculous coincidences and divine interventions. The show's website is

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