Syedain, Hashi
May 2007
People Management;5/3/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 9, p30
The article features Jon Sparkes, chief executive officer of Scope, and his effectiveness in helping the company achieve success. Sparkles was hired by Scope as human resource director in 2004. He believes in putting employees at the heart of a business strategy in order to boost a company's success. He talks about the challenge of building realistic relationships with commissioners and partners and to develop an organizational competence in good pricing.


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