e-O&P Autumn 2016
The Autumn edition of e-O&P is here to explore fear in organisational life: An unexamined fear is not worth having
The Summer edition of e-O&P is here: 'Understanding and Promoting Small Business Growth' Part 2
Guest Editors: Mark Gilman & Simon Raby.
The Spring 2016 Edition of e-O&P is here, returning to the theme of 'Open Source Thinking' with Guest Editors: Alison Piasecka and Bob MacKenzie
The theme for the Autumn 2015 Edition of e-O&P is 'Understanding and Promoting Small Business Growth’.
Guest Editor: Simon Raby, Kent Business School, University of Kent.
Posted by John Evans on February 12, 2016 at 6:03
AMED is the UK professional network for people in individual and organisational development.
AMED is the Association for Management Education and Development.
We are a long-established membership organisation and educational charity devoted to developing and supporting people and organisations. As an outpost of independence, we serve as a forum for people who want to share, learn and experiment, and find support, encouragement, and innovative ways of communicating.
We collaborate with like-minded individuals and networks.
Started by Bob MacKenzie in Sustainability May 20.
Please click here to purchase a copy of the Summer e-O&P 2016.
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Here are some of the photos and illustrations from previous editions of e-O&P. Thanks to our photographers, illustrators and authors including: Andrea Gewessler, Barbara Heinzen, Barry Oshry, Jonny Baker, Julie Allan. More of Jonny Baker's photos can be seen here.
If you are a member of AMED we would be pleased if you added the ‘AMED Badge’ on the home page of your own website.
Here is what you need to do
2. Once you have customised your Badge the program will display the HTML code you need to insert on the home page of your website. Or, you can forward the above details to the website administrator who manages your website.
Join in If you are passionate about developing people and organisations, you are welcome. If you want to share and learn, you’ll find support, encouragement and innovative communication channels. Discussions are constructive and spamming is not tolerated.
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