Cartoon network

January 2011
People Management;1/27/2011, p15
The article focuses on the need for organisations to use animated imagery to enhance their everyday effectiveness. It cites the important role played by animateurs in helping organisations achieve their competitive advantage. It notes that creativity in communication should feature in person specifications and appraisal processes or performance measures.


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