Devolved and diverse

Lyles, Christine
July 1997
People Management;07/10/97, Vol. 3 Issue 14, p25
Opinion. Presents the author's opinion on decentralisation. How should decentralisation be viewed; Main area of concern for the public sector and private sector concerning decentralisation; Role of personnel management in achieving best practice; Way to secure management commitment; Consequences of devolution and downsizing.


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