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close this bookManagement Self-Development - A Guide for Managers, Organisations and Institutions (ILO, 1985, 282 p.)
close this folderChapter 10. What can institutions do to encourage self-development?
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View the document10.1 The institution's philosophy and policy
View the document10.2 Teaching and training activities
View the document10.3 Research and advice
View the document10.4 Developmental materials and physical resources
View the document10.5 Suggestions for further reading

10.5 Suggestions for further reading

Holmberg, B. Distance education: A survey and bibliography. London, Kogan Page, 1977.

Kubr, M.; Vernon, K. Management, administration and productivity: Directory of institutions and information sources. Geneva, International Labour Office, 1981.

Kubr, M. (ed). Managing a management development institution. Geneva, International Labour Office, 1982.

Many bibliographies are available on various aspects of management and training which could be very useful in establishing a basic library. More specifically on self-development, two bibliographies are

Boydell, T.H.; Pedler, M.J. Self-development bibliography. Bradford, MCB, 1979.

And, very much broader in scope

Popenoe, C. Inner development. Harmondsworth, Penguin, 1979 (also published in USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand). A massive work, containing some 12,000 annotated references.