October 2011
People Management;Oct2011, p3
The author recommends the drive for simplicity in organizations and human resources (HR) in Great Britain. He believes that opportunities for change in organizations can be possible if HR people can embrace simplicity. According to Bill Parsons of microchip design firm ARM Holdings, organizations should have one approach if they operate in many countries.


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