Middleton, Julia
March 2003
Training Magazine;Mar2003, p8
Trade Publication
Takes a look at the hidden advantages of external training programs and argues that they can break down group-think and develop new networks in the British workplace. Concept of the group-think idea in organizations; Ways for effective leaders to build diverse environments; Criticism of the training programs of many companies; Value given to diversity at Common Purpose.


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