A Conversation with Donald F. Hastings of the Lincoln Electric Company

Hodgetts, Richard M.
January 1997
Organizational Dynamics;Winter97, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p68
Academic Journal
Presents an interview with Lincoln Electric Co. chairman Donald F. Hastings. Career history of Hastings; International venture of the company; Management practices employed inside Lincoln Electric; Significant behaviors and characteristics which brought up towards the success of the company; Recruitment and training programs used for all Lincoln employees; Plans of Hastings regarding the operation of the company for the years to come.


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