Programme for change

Baum, Stephanie
October 2004
Cabinet Maker;10/29/2004, Issue 5412, p26
Trade Publication
Reports on British Broadcasting Corp.'s (BBC) deconstruction of the family business Shire Beds on "I'll Show Them Who's Boss," hosted by Sir Gerry Robinson, drinks company Allied Domecq chairman and former Grenada television chief executive. Agreement of executives that the business lacked a strong management structure; Declining margins and other problems suffered by Shire Beds; Holding of weekly meetings where ideas and experiences are pooled together to address company issues. INSET: What Naheed did next.


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