Creating the right natural chemistry

Wellin, Michael; Garmonsway, Alan
September 1995
People Management;9/21/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 19, p36
Explains the dual career path system adopted by a company called Xenova in order to a create structure that would recognize both the scientific and the managerial skills of its employees. Features that emerged from Xenova's specification for the design and use of the system; Company's use of psychometrics in counselling Xenova's young scientific employees on their choice of career route. INSET: Roles within the Xenova system..


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