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The blind, of necessity, must receive all their information through their ears. So far as the sighted are concerned, psychologists believe that many us of find it easier to retain information which is aurally, rather than visually, perceived. When technology discovered the means whereby sound...
Economists have long been aware of the importance of human resource development. It is probably at least one aspect of the so called dismal science they can agree about. Adam Smith, the founding father, in his famous book, The Wealth of Nations, first published in 1776 and still being issued,...
In this second article, Ray Wild talks about one scheme which is tackling the problem of producing better engineers. He gives some of the background and details of the collaboration in which he is personally involved.
European management little realises the explosion in proposed worldwide legislation on corporate information disclosure. Nor do the legislators realise that their proposals are likely to result in costly data generation exercises which will be of little use to anyone, write Jan Dauman, managing...
We have made the point that movements in society at large are, in the immediate future, going to have a great influence on what happens inside organisations and on organisational performance. We have grouped these influences under the generic title of sociopolitical movements. Perhaps the...
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