Is productivity affected by environment? One in three says yes

Armstrong, Melanie
September 2006
Management Services;Autumn2006, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p3
Academic Journal
The author comments on the importance of productivity. She considers the impact of the environment on industrial productivity. She mentions the productivity of politicians. She introduces various articles about productivity including the advice of Ruth Shearn on public relation disasters and how to avoid them.


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