Shaping a model of best practice

Midgley, Simon
April 1996
People Management;4/4/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 7, p36
Features sculptor Robert Erskine, who has carved out an international reputation with his works of corporate art. His present commission; Erskine's best-known sculpture; Abstract and figurative works by Erskine which stand in Clerkenwell.


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