Tour de force

Pickard, Jane
April 1997
People Management;4/17/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 8, p34
Profiles Philip Ashmore, personnel director of Nissan United Kingdom (UK), Japanese firm. How his tour at Nissan's Wearside car plant during the mid-1980s has changed his life; Aspects of Nissan's operation that appealed to Ashmore; Ashmore's educational and family background; His career achievements. INSET: Carrer summary..


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