From the Chairman Harry Downes

January 2003
Management Services;Jan2003, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p34
Academic Journal
Institute of Management Services chairman Harry Downes relates developments concerning the group and issues of interest to the field of management services. First, the World Confederation of Productivity Science circulated a questionnaire regarding barriers to productivity. Second, U.S. Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan made a speech on productivity in Washington, D.C. Lastly, the November 16, 2002 issue of "Daily Telegraph-Business News" profiled Trevor Bentley, past member of the IMS Council of Management.


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