Peak performance technology

November 1997
Executive Excellence;Nov97, Vol. 14 Issue 11, p6
Presents an interview with author Charles Garfield on the impact of technology on performance. Reason why executives must concern themselves with the human and technological side of performance capacity; Advice on how to become peak performers.


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