Leaders will show their softer side post-Covid, research claims

A softer, more humane approach to leadership will offer greater value in a post-Covid world, according to research from management...

Lack of face-to-face learning and networking could damage careers

16 Oct 2020

The loss of face-to-face interaction at work due to the pandemic could harm young professionals’ careers, according to CEMS, a...

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Should we use apprenticeships to train managers?

17 Jan 2018

The apprenticeship levy has attracted a lot of criticism of late, with many questioning why the scope is now so...

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Is it worth HR professionals getting an MBA?

11 Apr 2012

We look at whether or not the investment required to attain an MBA is worthwhile in the current economic climate....

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An introduction to the Training and E-learning Smart Buyer

22 Aug 2010

Free buyer’s guides from Personnel Today to help
you make the right buying decisions in HR

Smart Buyer provides the...

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Improving MBAs after economic downturn

7 Jan 2010

The economic downturn was widely considered to have revealed some shortcomings in what is taught at business schools, particularly in...

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Canterbury Christ Church University launches CIPD-validated MA in HRM business partnership

7 Mar 2007

Canterbury Christ Church University has joined forces with the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) to launch a postgraduate...

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Spotlight on MBAs

10 Oct 2006

Many HR professionals sharpening their pencils for further study this autumn will be contemplating the following question: to MBA, or...

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The training game: MBAs

25 Aug 2006

MBAs are about building on experience already gained in the workplace and getting a good understanding of all aspects of business

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Tried & tested: Learning from experience

2 Jun 2005

A new approach to business insight from Durham Business School's full-time MBA course involves students from around the world. We assess its impact

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No nonsense

31 May 2005

The new principal at Henley Management College explains why he intends to build on the organisation's practical, no-nonsense approach to business training. Simon Kent reports

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Training news

8 Mar 2005

MBAs ‘too masculine’MBA courses are too masculine, with a focus on skills and attributes which may be out of touch...

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In support of the individual

1 Jun 2004

Eamonn Walsh argues that the broad approach of an MBA education meets business needs

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