True colours

Belbin, Meredith; Watson, Barrie
March 1997
People Management;03/06/97, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p36
Describes how color coding of work categories were used to improve working operations at Leicester Royal Infirmary in England. Results of Workset program trials in various industrial settings; Features and objectives of Workset programme; Opportunity given to managers and job-holders by Workset. INSETS: A guide to the workset palette.;Business background..


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