Pawley, Heidi
March 2003
Training Magazine;Mar2003, p33
Trade Publication
Focuses on the role of training in the effectiveness of the Working Consultation Group (WCG) of Denso Manufacturing UK in Great Britain. Company profile; Discussion on the training program for the WCG staff; Considerations for creating the WCG. INSETS: DEVELOPER'S VIEW;A HEALTHY IMPACT ON STAFF EFFECTIVENESS.


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