Partners talked about the current progress of the Lead4Skill research project, the aim of which is to stimulate the reduction of management skills mismatch across EU. The project is progressing well and according to the original plan and the research results, including cross-country reports and guidelines for management and leadership skills development will be published by Springer Publishing next year.
Partners also decided to take advantage of the broad high quality research data and prepare a special case study collection which will be available to all CEEMAN members. The collection is expected to be finalized by March next year.
The next meeting is planned to be in Budapest in April 2018 at Corvinus University.