New technologies, an age-old game

Greene, Michael
July 2001
Furniture/Today;7/9/2001, Vol. 25 Issue 43, p22
Trade Publication
Comments on the impact of technology on businesses. Importance of relating to other people in sales and internal management; Way of measuring the advantages of technology; Anecdotes on the function of secretaries in office.


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