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The past twenty years or so have seen remarkable social and economic changes. In the industrialised countries in particular, vast improvements in the techniques of production and distribution have made possible a substantial increase both in gross national product and in real income per head....
Shortly after this series of articles started, we received from Novo Industries in Denmark a copy of their corporate report. Following correspondence with Kare B Dullum, Novo's Financial Executive, we received permission to reproduce part of that report. Management for Profitability and Interest...
Apart from the weekly wage packet or the monthly pay cheque, it is surprising how little most people know about the other things that come their way if they work for a particular firm. It is equally surprising to find companies investing heavily in nonsalary benefits for their work force and not...
This series of articles has developed a number of views on organisation behaviour and how current knowledge on the subject can be used to improve training and development in industrial organisations. The series has been an attempt to focus the reader's attention towards the critical need for us...
The problem in recruiting foreign staff is their inability to understand English adequately. Recently in the East Surrey Health District we organised an induction course in Spanish for domestic staff in one of our largest hospitals. See June issue of this journal. As a result of this course we...
The EITB has recently published a report, THE FIRST TEN YEARS, by FRANK METCALFE, which reviews progress in the engineering industry in improving the performance of the industry and the opportunities for the people who work in it. Below are some extracts from the report.
The announcement by TEC that they expect that their new courses will commence, at least for Sectors A and B Engineering and Construction, in September 1976, has produced surprisingly little reaction from those most vitally affectedthe colleges. Have the full implications of TEC policy been...
Training Films International began to build up its distribution service with films on industrial safety and health and now has a very useful library of films on these subjects. It has now started to extend its scope with films on other aspects of management. Alec Hughes reviews here the American...
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