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Microfilming has yet to make the impact on office management that the advocates had predicted. Yet with its time and costsaving advantages, there can be little doubt that the technique is worthy of greater usage. Here, we examine the background of microfilm development, the systems available and...
At a time when several major companies are bringing in tougher credit measures, Paul Brooks chairman of British Debt Services offers advice to smaller companies on the problem of unpaid bills.
Some managers are apt to make decisions before identifying the real problem confronting them. Then there are instances where the best decision is a negative one. Andrew May, management consultant with Binder Hamlyn Fry, describes how decisionmaking can be helped by use of an option selection table.
THE present pay controls must be allowed to run their course until at least next summer. For the Government and the TUC to lose their resolve in the face of continuing price increases would be interpreted by our overseas creditors as an act of unconditional surrender to the inflation enemy. What...
As the US economy moves out of recession, there's renewed pressure from environmental lobbies to curb industrial pollution. But some of the major corporations led by US Steel have latched on to the latest argument in the clean up debate that cleaner manufacturing processes will result in...
Conference, what conference IF you ever wanted to be a fly on the wall when a top Government official meets trades union professionals, stand by. For Industrial Management was offered just such a chance to eavesdrop when Sir Frederick Catherwood, chairman of the British Overseas Trade Board, met...
With popular opinion continuing to believe that Britain gives its inventors a raw deal, Bill Makinson managing director of the National Research Development Corporation makes the challenging claim that no idea turned down by his agency has been exploited successfully abroad. But that is not to...
Economists John Day and David Parker examine the structural defects in the UK economy, the erratic recovery in world trade three years after the worst recession since the war and then turn their attention to studies of a noted Russian economist. Their unnerving conclusion is that after 20 years...
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