Syedain, Hashi
October 2007
People Management;10/4/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 20, p24
The article reports that the finalists in the People Management Awards 2007 have shown ambition, innovation and boldness, even though some of them faced severe budgetary constraints. The winners of the People Management Awards 2007 covered an immense range of achievements. Network Rail's Advanced apprenticeship scheme wowed the judges with its sheer scale and boldness, along with its clever mix of traditional engineering and modern management skills.


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