Janice Jones is a lecturer in the School of Commerce, Flinders University, Australia. Her research interests include training and development in small business, and integration in health care.


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New Management Practices and Training: A Study of Australian Manufacturing SMEs

The principal objective is to examine the training implications for a sample of 871 SMEs that have implemented new management practices and embarked upon different growth development pathways

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Learning and Development Initiatives in Growing Small Firms: A Comparison of Family and Non-family Firms

To investigate the input side of learning and development – the options for facilitating learning and development – by examining learning and development initiatives in growing family and non-family firms.

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The Adoption of Formal Training and Development Initiatives in SMEs: An Extension of Prior Research

The study examines differences in formality of training and development initiatives in growing SMEs; and the level of growth at which a more formalised approach to training and development occurs.

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Changing Management Development Initiatives with Firm Growth: A Comparison of Family and Non-Family Small and Medium-Sized Enterprizes

To explore how management development in family and non-family small and medium-sized enterprises change with business growth

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Pedagogic Practices and Vocational Education and Training: A Study of Growing Small Firms

To examine pedagogic practices and vocational education and training in three categories of growing small firms

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Pedagogic Practices Associated with Management Development: A Study of Growing Small Firms

To ascertain whether there are similarities or differences in the nature and extent of pedagogic practices associated with management development in three categories of growing small firms

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The Determinants of Training in Small Businesses: An Interindustry Comparison

To examine whether, and to what extent, there are similarities or differences in the reasons why small businesses in three size categories from different industry sectors increase training.

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The Nature and Extent of Participation of Growing Small to Medium Enterprises in Business and Social Relationships in Relation to Training and Learning: Evidence from Australia

To examine the extent and nature of participation of three categories of Small to Medium Enterprises in business networks and social relationships in relation to training and learning.

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The Role of Interfirm Relationships in Improving SME Training Capabilities: Evidence from Australia

This paper examines the role of inter-firm relationships in improving the learning and training capabilities of three sized categories of manufacturing small-to medium-sized enterprises in Australia.

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