Management Development Practices and Non-Financial Organizational Performance: A Case of Telecom Sector in Pakistan

  • Mudasser Abbas, Zeeshan Zaib Khattak , Sammar Abbas

Abstract

This study has been carried out to evaluate the impact of Management Development Practices on non-financial performance of the organization in Pakistani Telecom Sector. Management developments are activities undertaken by the enterprise to substantiate the potential of the individuals who lead it. There seems to be a very close link between management development practices and the impact these practices have on the performance of organizations. These include on the job training, career planning, mentoring and workshops. The organizations focus on these practices to gain optimum performance from their employees. The study has used qualitative methodology and relied on semi-structured interviewing to collect field data. The data has been analyzed using thematic analysis. The findings revealed that Management Development Practices are equally important to the non-financial performance of the organization in Telecom Sector. This study has both some theoretical and practical contributions. Theoretically, it explores the significance of Management Development Practices in a novel context. Practically, it helps managers to devise policies accordingly to make employees perform more better.

Published
2016-12-12
How to Cite
, SAMMAR ABBAS, Mudasser Abbas, Zeeshan Zaib Khattak. Management Development Practices and Non-Financial Organizational Performance: A Case of Telecom Sector in Pakistan. International Journal of Business Studies Review, [S.l.], v. 1, n. 1, p. 75-85, dec. 2016. ISSN 2521-0068. Available at: <http://intjourbsr.org/index.php/ijbsr/article/view/47>. Date accessed: 06 dec. 2019.
Section
Research Articles