...and the bug

September 1998
Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;Sep/Oct98, Issue 11, p6
Academic Journal
Focuses on a survey about the attitude of British chief executives towards the year 2000 computer problem. Percentage of executives who made contingency plans; Sectors where serious problems are expected to happen; Extent of the effect of the problem.


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