Angelica Björk; Anna Johansson; Karin Landgren , pp. 53. Inst. för ekonomi och management/Dept. of Business Administration and Management, 2001.
To evaluate the management development course held at FöreningsSparbanken in Ronneby during 2000. The evaluation aims to map and describe what effects the course has had on the participants. We will assess to what degree the effects meets the objectives of the course set by the manager of the bank (future management recruitment, leadership, change catalyst, aligning the strive towards a shared organisational objective). Above mentioned also implies that the organisation should be influenced in some regards.
Our conclusion is that all of the participants have as a result of the course increased their emotional intelligence in varying levels. We also conclude that the course participants? progress has not spread to the non-participants. Our interpretation of this is that no organisational development has followed. Factors that influence the spread of the effects within the organisation can to great extent be derived from attitudes of the employees. Information or the lack of it is also a contributing factor that prohibits individual development from spreading within the organisation.