Gratton, Lynda
May 2009
Ivey Business Journal;May/Jun2009, Vol. 73 Issue 3, p6
The article focuses on the importance of having a positive attitude and working more effectively in times of recession and job uncertainty. It states that organisations should foster teamwork and knowledge share, and employees should broaden their knowledge and skills base, and find new ways of cooperating with colleagues and within their networks. It reflects that being positive fosters a good working experience, and influences other.


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