Pioneers begin to bridge great sectoral divide

June 1996
People Management;6/13/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 12, p17
Reports that overstretched and underfunded public-sector bosses drool with jealousy at the fat cats' salary levels, while their private-sector counterparts look down their noses at such undisciplined institutions. Kind of managers which are among the most valued within their organisations; Reason why highly trained managers are attractive to any organisation; Reason why change is needed quickly in the public sector. INSET: Soundbites..


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