January 1986
Training & Development Journal;Jan1986, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p6
Presents readers' reactions to articles published in the previous issues of 'Training and Development Journal.' Realization of corporate power through strategy and manipulation; Error in an author's recommendation on the proper pronunciation of the word 'forte'; Need for proactive support of male and female individuals in society.


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