Chairman's Column

Blanchflower, David
March 2010
Management Services;Spring2010, Vol. 54 Issue 1, p4
Academic Journal
The author reflects on the cause of the global economic crisis and the benefits of productivity improvement to companies. He attributes the crisis to lack of responsible leadership at a senior level in some financial institutions and prioritization of short term goals. He cites the key role of productivity improvement in growth strategy. He commends senior managers attending the Certificate Course of the Institute of Management Services (IMS) to acquire a broader knowledge of productivity improvement.


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