Going the distance

Oliver, Quentin
November 1997
Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;Nov/Dec97, Issue 7, p24
Academic Journal
Explains the relevance of distance management to British public servants of the 1990s. Challenges for managers posed by the restructuring of the Civil Service; New skills needed by civil servants; Emphasis of the Managing From a Distance course; What the managers and managed say; Ten most common distance management problems.


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