Multiple Assessment Procedures in Identifying and Developing Managerial Talent.
MINNESOTA UNIV MINNEAPOLIS CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE AND HUMAN EFFECTIVENESS
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Managers, administrators and executives are a critical natural resource in a knowledge-oriented, industrial society. PERSONS ABLE TO HANDLE KEY MANAGERIAL RESPONSIBILITY ARE IN SHORT SUPPLY. Within the last fifteen years, several industrial firms and government units have begun to utilize multiple assessment procedures to aid in identifying and developing managerial talent. The paper includes a conceptual and behavioral analysis of managerial effectiveness with implications for measuring and predicting managerial effectiveness, a description of the major features of multiple assessment procedures and a comprehensive summary of major research findings related to multiple assessment procedures. Author
- Administration and Management