How do you know if your work teams work?

Flynn, Gillian
May 1997
Workforce;May97 Supplement Tools, Vol. 76, p7
Presents ideas on evaluating workforce. How to determine the work involvement of the workforce; Guidelines to determine the quality of involvement of the work teams.


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