The Russell Currie Trust: Opportunities and awards for IMS members

March 2006
Management Services;Spring2006, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p8
Academic Journal
This article provides information on the Russell Currie Trust in Great Britain. Russell Mackenzie Currie was one of the early pioneers of management services, credited with having first used the term work study. Following his death, in order to perpetuate his name, the Russell Currie Travelling Fellowship was set up under the control of a Charitable Trust. The Institute of Management Services agreed to carry out all the clerical work connected with the Trust.


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