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Title:The Training and Development of Top Executives in Developing Countries: A Tanzanian Approach
Author:Mutahaba, Gelase
Year:1986
Periodical:Public Administration and Development
Volume:6
Issue:1
Period:January-March
Pages:49-59
Language:English
Geographic term:Tanzania
Subjects:civil service training
Development and Technology
Economics and Trade
Education and Oral Traditions
Labor and Employment
External link:https://doi.org/10.1002/pad.4230060104
Abstract:There is a growing awareness of the need for training all categories of public service employees, including those at senior level. The major constraint in most countries remains the lack of facilities and trainers able to handle senior personnel. Tanzania has recently embarked on a concerted effort to train its top public service personnel through the mobilization of all management/administrative training capabilities in a joint, concerted endeavour, under the aegis of the Ministry of Manpower Development and a body known as the National Standing Training Team on Top Executive Development (NSTT). More than 20 6-week courses have been run and a recent evaluation of the programme suggests that they are popular and have reactivated an interest in training among top executives. There is, however, no evidence to suggest that the training has resulted in improved performance in public organizations although some executives have introduced some innovations in their organizations which they derived from the training programme. - Ref.
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