Can professionals be multi-skilled?

Leveson, Roger
August 1996
People Management;8/29/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 17, p36
Asserts the possibility of adopting a general approach in function compliance of professionals in the construction industry. Influence of attitude differences of professionals to job compliance; Links connecting role performance in management; Factors which dictate the possibility of a greater need for functional flexibility.


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