The next big thing

Guaspari, John
March 1998
Across the Board;Mar1998, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p18
Trade Publication
Analyzes the next big thing (NBT) concept for addressing changes in a business organization. Constituencies for whom value is created; Pattern followed by the emergence of the NBT concept; Account on shortening working hours in a week. INSET: What is a day's work?, by Mary Young.


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