Pressing ahead

Chadda, Dolly
February 1999
People Management;2/11/1999, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p50
Presents information on Clamason Industries based in Great Britain. Historical background of the company; Information on the training and development initiative of the company; Details on the implementation of the action-centered leadership (ACL) devised by John Adair, a professor; Comments from Clamason chairman Michael Jukes; Remarks from electrical supervisor David Wassell; Views of team leader Karen Carter.


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