Management Skill Building in an Organizational Behavior Course
The Organizational Behavior Teaching Review
The importance of practice and experience to the education of prospective managers has long been recognized. It is also well accepted that such practice should be guided by the best possible theory and conceptual understanding. As Henri Foyol noted 70 years ago, eduacting managers is "chiefly a matter of putting young people in the way of understanding and using the lessons of experience."
McEvoy, G. M., & Cragun, J. R. "Management Skill Building in an Organizational Behavior Course." The Organizational Behavior Teaching Review, 1986-1987, 11, 4, 60-73.
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