Educating managers for business and government: a review of international experience
John C. Ickis and
No 126, Policy Research Working Paper Series from The World Bank
Managers, in both the private and public sectors, are increasingly recognized as critical in the use of scarce resources for national development. There is no unanimity of opinion, however, regarding the models or approaches to management education that are most appropriate in different environmental settings. This report encompasses management education for each of the following groups: the managers and future managers of large scale enterprises; entrepreneurs and small businessmen; and public administrators. It reviews worldwide trends and developments in management education for lessons in such areas as curriculum design, research and teaching methodology, and institutional policies and administration. Experience is drawn from recognized universities, educational organizations, civil service institutes, and corporations in several major countries and regions of the world.
Keywords: ICT Policy and Strategies; Health Monitoring&Evaluation; Teaching and Learning; Curriculum&Instruction; Primary Education (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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