Assessing management training needs in Central and Eastern Europe - Survey of selected enterprises in Romania

This report is one of a series prepared as an integral part of an international research project on the Assessment of Management Training Needs at the Achieved Level of Transition in various Central and Eastern European countries. The project was implemented by the Central and East European Management Development Association (CEEMAN) and was sponsored by the European Training Foundation. The Foundation also contributed its expertise to different stages of the project. The project covered selected enterprises in five countries (Bulgaria, Poland, Romania, the Russian Federation, and Slovenia) and concentrates on the issue of management training needs in manufacturing and service sector enterprises. All in all, the project surveyed a total of 82 enterprises and 564 managers between July and December 1998. The aim was to understand training processes, approaches and practice in order to evaluate how training has been used as a response to evolving business needs and how it can be further developed in the future.
This report is one of a series prepared as an integral part of an international research project on the Assessment of Management Training Needs at the Achieved Level of Transition in various Central and Eastern European countries. The project was implemented by the Central and East European Management Development Association (CEEMAN) and was sponsored by the European Training Foundation. The Foundation also contributed its expertise to different stages of the project. The project covered selected enterprises in five countries (Bulgaria, Poland, Romania, the Russian Federation, and Slovenia) and concentrates on the issue of management training needs in manufacturing and service sector enterprises. All in all, the project surveyed a total of 82 enterprises and 564 managers between July and December 1998. The aim was to understand training processes, approaches and practice in order to evaluate how training has been used as a response to evolving business needs and how it can be further developed in the future.