Working for a change

Chaney, Brian
November 1999
Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;Nov/Dec99, Issue 17, p22
Academic Journal
Emphasizes the need for a structured approach to organizational change to promote improved employment relations. Factors required for a company to succeed in a competitive environment; Capacity of the workforce to create knowledge; Advisory booklets from ACAS, the arbitration and conciliation service. INSET: ACAS in action--two decades of change..


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