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The key focus will be on conceptual innovation and practical application to enhance the field of management development thinking, practice, and research. The main objective of the journal is to provide an international communication medium for all those working in the management development field whether from industry, consulting or academic institutions. Contributions will therefore be welcomed from practitioners, academics and professionals working in private, public and non-profit organizations.
Articles should be of a conceptual/theoretical nature that includes practical application, based on practical experience/research, report a case study situation, or any combination thereof. The prime requirement for acceptance of an article will be that it:
The Journal of Management Development draws together the thinking and research relating to the role played by managers in their immediate environment, and the ways in which they can widen their responsibilities to take on larger roles. Many companies now appreciate that investment in management development helps to reduce costs, increase sales and improve productivity - so it's well worth investigating.
Management development is a subject commanding intense interest from organizations serious about the personal development of their staff, and the ways in which they can maximize their potential. If you are kept informed of new research and in-company practice, you are better placed to make appropriate decisions about the introduction of new techniques in your own organization.
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