Quality drive

July 1998
Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;Jul/Aug98, Issue 10, p6
Academic Journal
Recognizes the transport organization Greenwich Direct Passenger Services (GDS) as an Investor in People award recipient. Information on the business operations of the company; Goals of the Investors in People program; Benefits of the training program to the company.


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