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Management Development

Management Development is best described as the process from which managers learn and improve their skills not only to benefit themselves but also their employing organizations.

In organizational development the effectiveness of management is recognized as one of the determinants of organizational success. Therefore, investment in management development can have a direct economic benefit to the organization.


  • Administrative incompetence
  • Attitude problems

Approaches to Management Development

  • Dysfunction analysis
  • Mentoring
  • Coaching
  • Job rotation
  • Professional development
  • Business workflow analysis
  • Upward feedback
  • Executive education
  • Supervisory training