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Management by panacea: the training implications

Rees, W.David and Porter, Christine (2002) Management by panacea: the training implications. Industrial and Commercial Training, 34 (6). pp. 229-232. ISSN 0019-7858

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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/00197850210442467

Abstract

The various pressures that managers are under to accept ready-made solutions to problems that they face are identified. However, if the causes of the problems are not carefully diagnosed in the first instance it can be a matter of luck whether the solutions work or are actually counter-productive. Management training needs to include an emphasis on diagnostic techniques and to enable managers to look beyond departmental boundaries for both the causes of and solutions to problems. Managers also need to learn how to deploy the right mix of people to tackle problems and in so doing demonstrate to others the importance of a diagnostic and integrated approach to problem solving.

Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:Integration, management development, problem solving, training
Research Community:University of Westminster > Westminster Business School
ID Code:2625
Deposited On:01 Nov 2006
Last Modified:18 Oct 2011 11:43

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