`Putting something back, getting something out'

Gibson, Alastair
November 1997
Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;Nov/Dec97, Issue 7, p22
Academic Journal
Argues that managers in Great Britain should get involved with their local council and give something back to the community. Local government procedure as a culture shock for the author; Vast activities in local government at both district and county levels; Wealth of experience and fulfillment that can be gained by young managers.


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