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SIDNEY MAILICK is Professor Emeritus of Public Administration at the Wagner School of Public Service of New York University.STEPHEN A. STUMPF is Dean of Professional Development at Booz * Allen & Hamilton. Prior to this he was Dean of the College of Business and Graduate Studies at the University of Tampa.SARA GRANT is a Doctoral Candidate in the Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, New York University.AHARON KFIR is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Haifa.MARY ANNE WATSON is Assistant Professor of Management and Co-ordinator of the International Business Major at the University of Tampa.
"Managers often view training and development primarily as a benefit for junior employees. Mailick and Stumpf convincingly argue otherwise--that management development is a lifelong pursuit, and that great leaders recognize its value for enhancing performance at all levels."-William F. Stasior Chairman & CEO, BoozBLAllen & Hamilton Inc.