'It is possible to manage disruptive change and take staff with you.'

Smedley, Tim
June 2010
People Management;6/3/2010, p16
The article features Stephen Dando, executive vice-president and chief human resources (HR) officer at Thomson Reuters. According to Dando, his illustrious rise in the HR profession is partly due to the people who trusted in him at key moments. He claims that his career in HR has started during his employment at United Distillers (UD) where he was hired to head the training and development (T&D) department.


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