Judged on merit

Arkin, Anat
August 1996
People Management;08/08/96, Vol. 2 Issue 16, p26
Features the director of Judge Institute of Management Studies, Sandra Dawson, who talks about the challenge of bridging the gap between management theory and company practice. Career background; Approaches used in her projects; Model developed by Dawson to help companies improved their safety standards. INSET: Sandra Dawson: Career summary..


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