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Management Development E-Learning Material


Does anyone know any good Management Development E-learning material. I am particularly interested in material that is aimed at senior middle management (people that manage managers)

I am particularly interested in material that is broken down in to bitesize modules that can be complete in 30 mins to an hour.

The sort of topics that I want to cover are – Leadership, Communicating Vision, Understanding Corporate Strategy and Finance, Influencing Others (Negotiating, Selling your ideas, Public Speaking, Team Problem solving, Decision making, Broaden your creativity, Project Management and Coaching

Any help and guidance would be greatly appreciated.

Maureen Andrew

6 Responses

  1. Try looking here
    Hi Maureen

    I run a website called The E-learning List:

    If you post your requirements there – free of charge – then suppliers with the content you are looking for will be able to respond directly. I hope this is useful.


  2. people alchemy?
    people alchemy is a service that MAY fulfill some of your needs.
    It is a whole library of “on-line self help” material.

    It has been likened (by a buyer) to Harvard ManageMentor, but is more user freindly and less US centric

    I declare a vested interest in that I am one o several dozen authors whose material the site carries.

    You can get a free trial to test it out and see if it does what you need, and Paul Matthews (the Guiding Light), would undoubtedly be very pleased to listen to any suggestions for new content.

    I hope this helps
    Rus Slater

  3. online learning for managers
    Hi maureen,
    I would suggest you take a look at It has really been developed to support first line managers so you may find it is not strategic enough for your needs, although I believe it will cover most of the topics you mention. Each module can be read in approx 30 minutes, but it also suggests ideas and activities to try in the workplace (to apply learning)which would take longer.

    Good luck!

  4. Harvard ManageMentor
    Hi Maureen

    As Russ mentioned Harvard ManageMentor I thought i would suggest you take a look at the new version.

    New look and feel, fully updated – much simpler to navigate and less US-centric.

    It covers most of your areas of interest and is designed to be used in various different ways depending on the audience, their experience, time constraints, styles etc….

    If you would like to know more then please feel free to contact me or take a look at our website (

    Kind regards


    Martin Baker
    LMMatters Ltd

  5. Try Learning Pool for bite sized management e-learning
    Hello Maureen

    You may be interested in Learning Pool for your management development e-learning.

    We have a catalogue of over 150 courses, many developed by our subscribers using our Authoring tool and then shared back into the catalogue for other subscribers to repurpose.

    We’ve also commissioned courses ourselves using local government subject matter experts.

    We have a course called PRIME which sounds like it might fit your bill – it was created by the Centre for Management and Policy Studies (CMPS) and contains over 20 hours of high quality e-learning on leadership.

    Please contact me or email [email protected] for a guest log in.

    Kind regards


  6. CrossKnowledge
    Hi Maureen.

    In addition to the high quality e-learning resources from Harvard, I would also suggest you take a look at the e-learning modules developed by CrossKnowledge.

    One of their USPs is their 30 minute module length.



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