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THE article in this issue examining the cleft suck situation facing the British Steel Corporation is a disturbing example of how politicians throw in their hand when the going gets really rough.
The solution of marketing problems depends nowadays on the application of science to the processes of management, says Gordon Foxall. Here, he describes how behavioural science is part of that solution.
The trend towards smaller cars in the US offers major selling opportunities for British component makers. Derek Bamber, just back from the States, reports on how that challenge is being taken up.
Eighteen executives from industry take time off to shoot rapids, climb mountains and go skin diving. It all sounds a bit gimmicky a sort of adventure playground for adults. But after spending a week on the course devised by Bulmers' chairman, Peter Prior and speaking to the men taking part,...
Still on the US trade scene, Norma Turner talks to a couple of Commercial diplomats from the Port of New York who are only too willing to help promote AngloAmerican Business.
ANTITHEFT alarms are not normally included in a car's standard fittings, but I thought I had found an exception in the Toyota Corolla Liftback.
When does a business gift become a bribe Although there is a world of difference between a million or two from Lockheeds and a ballpoint from a local trader, the principles raised are worrying British business men, says Alec Snobel in this special report.
After last month's article on control of raw material stocks, Michael Clay looks at another planning function which is all too liable to disruption the forward loading of work on production units.
Employee attitude surveys are gaining in popularity as companies try to find out the scope of demand for a greater say in decisionmaking. And the findings are invariably at odds with the TUC and CBI views, as David Harvey reports.
More recruitment and fewer layoffs Forget, for a moment, the woes of the falling pound and the labour problems of Ford and British Leyland.
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