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Management Education's Unanswered Questions How has management education evolved, and where is it going? This question is of crucial importance for society, says HBS professor Rakesh Khurana. Business leaders are admired yet often distrusted, and the idea of management as a profession is similarly on shaky ground—as it has been for more than 100 years. The situation may be due in large part to the role of university-based business education from the founding of the Wharton School in 1881 and continuing right up to the present. According to Khurana, the schools first emphasized that managers should carry out their work in ways beneficial for society.
by Nicholas Bloom, Rebecca Homkes, Raffaella Sadun, and John Van Reenen | 3:30 PM June 13, 2011 After a decade of painstaking research, we have concluded that American firms are on average the best managed in the world. Why American Management Rules the World - Nicholas Bloom, Rebecca Homkes, Raffaella Sadun, and John Van Reenen - The Conversation
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Rapport d'étonnement Le principe Traditionnellement, la demande de rédaction d'un rapport d'étonnement peut être adressée à un stagiaire ou à une nouvelle recrue afin de l'inviter à partager ses observations en mettant l'accent prioritairement sur les points singuliers. D'une certaine manière, on espère que "la virginité" du rapporteur sera source de créativité ou de défectuologie. Le rapport d'étonnement est finalement une boîte à idées "one shot" permettant,
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Employees value feedback and recognition more than any other attributes in their boss, according to a new survey, with Generation Y workers the most needing of praise. Talent management company SHL recently surveyed 1,299 Australians about what they view as the most important characteristics in a boss. The survey reveals employees value their bosses’ ability to give good feedback and recognition more than any other attributes. This contrasts with results of the same survey in 2010, which found that the most important characteristics in a boss were honesty and trustworthiness. SHL national director Samantha Christopher says employee expectations have changed dramatically in the space of a year, partly due to easing concerns about the global financial crisis. Feedback And Recognition Most Valued In Bosses: SHL Survey - Managing people
Managing tomorrow's people: Downloads NEW! This report looks at the future of talent mobility in a globally connected world. What are the challenges HR will face in the next decade and beyond?
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Inside Source and Young Office Merge to Form a Bay Area Powerhouse The new firm will have approximately 100 employees in sales, management, administration, design services, project management and operations. Workplace Culture is a determining factor for Millennials Millennials are the fastest growing group in the workplace. This demographic has a different set of expectations and work styles compared to prior generations. Extending the Grid by ROB KIRKBRIDE Enwork's history is based on tables. Out of that experience came its Grid systems product. The Monday Morning Quarterback
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