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The behavioural theories take us up to the end of the period dominated by participative management. I have already made the point that the purpose was to solve the motivational problem how to get employees to want to contribute, to work hard and to make the effort. But I have also made the point...
Towards the end of 1976 the Training Services Agency appointed a Training of Trainers Committee to advise on this important issue. It met for the first time on 2 November 1976 and is required to report within two years. We informed readers about this new development in our issue of January 1977...
While the spotlight of the Great Debate rests mainly upon the education of our older children still at school, the question of what happens as they leave school and take their first steps into the post school world rates mention from time to time in the media and from public platform. We have...
Skill shortages appear to be endemic in the engineering industry CBI and Government surveys have consistently identified difficulties in acquiring skilled labour as a major constraint on the performance of the Industry. In investigating and trying to find solutions to skill shortages in...
Correlli Burnett's fascinating article THE HUNDRED YEAR SICKNESS p 235 has opened another chapter in the long discussion on why are we in such a mess. This country's prosperity is always just round the corner. You never had it so good is either yesterday's jam or tomorrow's never today's. The...
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