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The present day museum is a far cry from the original concept but is it what the public wants
The success or failure of a consultant's report is not determined by its ability to present data and solve problems but by its persuasiveness, its acceptability to the dominant organisational culture, its value for money as a performance and its ability to generate present and future agreement.
Management is not an exact science. The engineer or accountant becomes a good manager not only by acquiring specialised knowledge to add to their professional expertise but by learning to exploit instinctive creative skills.
Quality, reliability and suitability are far greater influences than price consideration when Western consumers and professional buyers choose goods and services from the Pacific Basin. It may be too late for Europe to counteract the effect totally, but the first country to master total quality...
The discussion of decision making is an important topic in today's management studies, yet some say that current teaching is inapplicable to today's organisations. A more realistic updated approach taking into account the underlying political framework needs to be considered instead.
No one measure can totally solve the unemployment problem, though a multidirectional attack may have some significant effect.
Economic recessions have severely stretched the financial resources of many businesses. One result has been to focus attention on the management of working capital in companies that have often had to remain solvent by shrinking.
An alternative system of local government finance is proposed based on two taxesproperty and residents'to finance different types of services and promote local accountability and decentralisation.
If you want something done, give it to a busy manager. How do some people pack more productive hours into the day than others
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