September 2010
People Management;9/30/2010, p27
A list of several features and stories at www.bit.ly and other web sites is presented, including one on the report "Uncovering the Intellectual Capital and Perceived Value Creation by P-Direkt," another on the spending review of the government of Great Britain, and another on shared services in practice.


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