Birkbeck round-up

November 1995
People Management;11/2/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 22, p51
Presents several researches in the department of organizational psychology in Birkbeck College. Research of Gillian Symon on what affects the design and implementation of information technology; Evaluation of Richard Williams and Peter Bramley on the top managers of the board; Central executive role studied by Jean Hartley.


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