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Although the article is oriented towards the agriculture industry its message applies to all industries and to a wider community. For those interested in promoting change and those people who are studying what society must do to adapt to new technology this report can be taken as a case study on...
Since 1975 an organisation has grown up in East Anglia Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and Northeast London to develop a coordinated approach by the engineering industry in its area to meet its manpower needs for the future. It has grown from 12 sponsoring organisations in 1975 to 78 within the past...
The Working Mathematics Group, a voluntary body which works on a shoestring budget mostly raised its own efforts, has a proud record of achievement. Yet it looks like moving into a crisis condition towards the end of this year for lack of financial support. While this is happening the MSC is...
The author is concerned to make the point that most of the excuses for the poor economic performance of the UK do not hold water. He argues a twofold thesis that the failures are mainly failures of management and that the cure lies in the hands of managers. Underlying this view is the very...
There are, as far as I can discern, four distinct scenarios or tomorrow's world, dominated, as it looks like being, by lew technology. Following the tradition established in the Miss World contest I introduce them in reverse order.
The summer rash of protest in our inner cities has resulted in a predictable spate of pious words from all points of the political spectrum. The blame is placed, according to one's political viewpoint, on recent Government policies, or on reds fomenting trouble under beds. The centre, moderate...
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