Change alienates staff

July 1997
People Management;7/24/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 15, p16
Reports on the consequences suffered by a pharmaceutical company that attempt to introduce portable computers and new working practices to sales representatives. Failure of the software to work properly; Use of the computers for employee surveillance.


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