Unions tackle their own management

Thatcher, Mike
September 1996
People Management;9/12/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 18, p24
Discusses how a top-team course attended by trades union congress (TUC) leaders at Cranfield School of Management in 1993 started the reorganization of trade unions. Opinion on how the experience has helped the union leaders; Summary of the relaunch and reorganization of the TUC; List of general council leaders who visited Cranfield; Details on the plans of Ed Sweeney, head of Bifu, on the modernization of his union.


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