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Developing leadership development and training programmes based on the principles from the cognitive process model may produce more effective results in mixed cultural contexts. As the world has become a lot smaller and more connected with the development of global digital communication and work tools, one of the problems many leaders and managers face is […]Read more
A new study looking at the impact of occupational, professional licensing, its core intentions, and potential downsides has had some interesting findings. Occupational and professional licensing is an increasing phenomenon, which has grown alongside increasing the professionalisation of occupations. A previous (2013) study found that approximately 30% of the entire workforce is required to gain […]Read more
How to gain a competitive edge is (or should be) the concern of many organisations. A new study looking at one factor, entrepreneurship training, wanted to test whether this will actually make a difference to the organisations level of competitive advantage. Entrepreneurship training Entrepreneurial culture Human resources development Developing sustainable competitive advantage as a […]Read more