Uses a content analysis methodology to examine the coherence among the Karpin report’s recommendations and the research evidence to support them. The Karpin report drew considerable attention to the failures of Australian management and to what it saw as deficiencies in the latter’s training and education. The report of the industry taskforce on management skills, chaired by David Karpin, has been the most recent in a succession of reports on.

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Permanent URL for this page: Following three years of consultations, study missions, research and analysis, the Task Force prepared this report to provide insight into the way Australia prepares its managers for work and leadership.

It also presents reporr recommendations and options based on its findings. Special attention has been given to the need for an enterprise culture, small business, globalisation, diversity, lifelong learning and enterprise and education institution best practice.


The general philosophy of the Task Force has been to find pathways to lasting change and improvement through seeking enterprise The general philosophy of the Task Force has been to find pathways to lasting change and improvement through seeking enterprise and individual-driven solutions to the problems and jarpin facing Australia’s business leaders, managers, educators, trainers and government policy makers.

The Chairman of the Task Force, David Karpin, asserts in his introduction that permanency of reform and constructive change will depend on recognition that excellent leaders and managers require well structured, systematic education and continual development, so that they can add maximum value to the national economy through their performance within the enterprise. Best practice ; Management development ; Leadership development ; Cultural factor ; Supervisory development kkarpin Education and training reform ; Planning of education and training.

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