A Decade Later: Continuing Education and the Experienced Manager

Crotty, Philip
March 1985
Human Resource Planning;1985, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p29
Academic Journal
How would managers evaluate their MBA or Management Development Programs ten years after completing these programs at Northeastern University? To find out, the author surveyed many of these graduates "then and now" for their comments.


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