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CO-OPERATION – THE MISSING VALUE OF BUSINESS EDUCATION

Abstract Purpose – The article demonstrates that co-operation is a vital behavioural skill that should be developed in educational systems, particularly business and management programs, because it is an intangible factor that boosts productive output.Design/methodology/approach – The article explains why cooperation is an important intangible factor for organizations and the larger economy. It recommends...

Management Learning, Performance and Reward: Theory and Practice Revisited

Abstract Purpose – Purpose: This paper explores the extent to which organizational learning is recognised through performance management systems as contributing to organizational effectiveness and competitive advantage. Design/methodology/approach – Methodology: It reviews several pieces of research, employing a wide range of methods, including: content analysis of managers’ reflections; questionnaires...

Transformational leadership: a quasi-experimental study

Abstract Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to report a field-based quasi-experimental study designed to examine the effectiveness of a transformational leadership intervention in remediating poor performance. The intervention was conducted on elements of the organization that senior management perceived as being low performing. Design/methodology/approach – A quasi-experimental pre-test post-design...

How global leaders develop

Abstract Purpose – Globalization is driving an increased need for leaders who possess global leadership competencies that enable them to lead effectively. The purpose of this paper is to explore the developmental experiences of global leaders in order to understand the experiences that they report to be developmental, to understand what they learned from their experiences, and to explore how the leaders learned...

Hybrid purposes of performance appraisal in a crisis

Abstract Purpose – Purpose/Design: This theoretical paper examines one aspect of the implementation of the performance appraisal with a focus on its operation in an economic downturn and particularly a global economic crisis. Design/methodology/approach – It identifies the stated purposes of the performance appraisal in multinational corporations (MNCs) and explores the unstated purposes of the performance...

How global leaders develop

Abstract Purpose – Globalization is driving an increased need for leaders who possess global leadership competencies that enable them to lead effectively. The purpose of the study was to explore the developmental experiences of global leaders in order to understand the experiences that they report to be developmental, to understand what they learned from their experiences, and to explore how the leaders...

Can competencies at selection predict performance and development needs?

Abstract Purpose – This study explores the utility of an organisation-wide competency framework, linking competency ratings at selection to later development needs and job performance.Design/methodology/approach – Candidates’ scores at a management selection event were compared to their performance appraisal scores on the same competencies six to 12 months later (N=58). Scores on numeracy and profit-and-loss...