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Of general managers in the UK, 74 per cent identify poor relations at board level which seriously impair discussion concerning the future of the organization, thereby leaving the business vulnerable to business and market turbulence.
Reports a review of the Irish economic and political scene asbackground to a survey of best practice in Irish top management.Addresses issues of the competences required to induce added valueperformance from total organization. Four longterm consultancyassignments in different sectors led to the...
Given that the top management group sets the agendafor any business, their group and individual expectations, attributesand behaviour require consideration. Reports a study of 36 European topteams 443 senior managers, in a crosssection of industries in bothprivate and public sectors, by...
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