Subregional graduate schools of management in Africa : project of the government of all African states members of ECA
Author(s)/Corporate Author (s)United Nations. Economic Commission for Africa;
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It is generally accepted that a major human factor constraint in the development efforts of African countries is the lack of adequate capability to plan, organize and execute development-projects and to control the efficient use of available limited resources. Lack of the required competence in the public services, parastatal organizations and in-private businesses manifest itself too frequently in such forms as less than optimal allocation and use of scarce resources, financial mismanagement, excessive, stockpiling, inability to maintain and operate, expensive installations and the reluctance to venture into non-commercial entrepreneurial Businesses. A great deal of the required managerial skills can be acquired-on the job and through formal training, A number, of institutions in African States have been established to offer, training in management; but not enough is being .done in terms of the growing, demand for management, talents in different fields of activities.
Citation“United Nations. Economic Commission for Africa (1981). Subregional graduate schools of management in Africa : project of the government of all African states members of ECA. Addis Ababa :. © UN. ECA,. https://hdl.handle.net/10855/18077”
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