Playing to win

Thatcher, Mike
March 1996
People Management;03/07/96, Vol. 2 Issue 5, p26
Profiles Don Beattie, personnel director of International Computers Limited (ICL) who is moving to British Oxygen Corporation (BOC) as chief executive personnel. Achievements of Beattie in ICL; Background on his work in British Oxygen Corporation (BOC); Why he left ICL; Account on his career and managerial style.


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