Chairman's Column

Blanchflower, David
March 2009
Management Services;Spring2008, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p4
Academic Journal
In this article the author talks about the Institute Council of Management membership. According to the author, the bad news permeating the year 2009 are affecting many members who are retired and are now seeing the interest from their savings disappear. He notes that several companies also failed in 2008 as a result of the recession. He points out that the real impact of the recession on the Institute will be minimal since the move to life membership has secured its future.


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