The sweet smell of success

Channon, John; Dakin, Adam
June 1995
People Management;6/15/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 12, p29
Focuses on the joint venture of TATE & LYLE and Generale Sucriere in managing government-run sugar beet factories in Hungary. Barriers experienced by both companies; Significance of a wage system that aims to create a grading structure that runs across functions; Exposure of key local managers to new ideas and management techniques.


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