Influential player is humble fan

Glanville, Brian
April 1996
Management Today;Apr96, p84
Trade Publication
Presents the views of Sir David Simon, chairman of BP, on role of influential players of a team. Comparisons of football game to work environments; Recording of good performances in home environments but experience difficulties in foreign environments; Simon's interest in understanding the mechanics of player influence in a situation; Reasons why a team performs better with some individuals.


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