Industrial Management

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Table Of Contents: Volume 74 Issue 11

Denis the menace, our rusty Iron Chancellor…

THE CHANCELLOR'S budget would have brought delight to that joyless protagonist of austerity, Sir Stafford Cripps, who darkened the gloom of life in Britain during Labour's…

A MISSED OPPORTUNITY

Will the budget suceed? The leaders of British industry give their appraisal

Higher productivity

BOTH SIDES of industry are agreed that higher productivity is the only viable formula for higher wages and for essential profits and dividends for economic survival. A…

WHAT THEY TAUGHT ME AT BUSINESS SCHOOL

An executive who attended a post‐experience programme at the London Graduate School of Business Studies (right) assesses the contents of the curriculum and describes its…

THE WATCHDOGS WHO KEEP ON HOUNDING ADVERTISING

The voluntary policing of advertisements by the industry's own watchdogs, the Advertising Standards Authority, has come under heavy fire from Shirley Williams, Secretary…

WHY BRITISH INDUSTRY IS BLEEDING TO DEATH

EVERYONE SHOULD recognise that British industry now faces the most acute liquidity and profitability crisis since the war.

Of course we must stay in the Market

NEGOTIATION IN the context of Europe is essentially a matter of trying to re‐shape the EEC rules initially formulated for the benefit of the Six so as to take into…

Don't be afraid of the big bad box

It is high time industrialists came to terms with the television cameras and the microphone, and grasped the positive opportunities they present. Bertram Mycock, for some…

Ten per cent more for directors

THE AVERAGE UK managerial salary is now £5,563 compared with £4,996 last year and £3,906 four years ago. Salaries of executives in the UK rose by about 12 per cent between…

SOURCES OF FINANCE

AN OPTIMISTIC view of the economy was taken by Sir Arthur Cockfield, chairman of the Price Commission, when he confirmed a report that the rate of inflationary pressures…

A PLACE IN THE COUNTRY

Jason Fry re‐locates himself in Swindon to report on how a railway town steamed into prosperity by investing in every possible amenity and service to attract new industry…

I'M DREAMING OF AN AZURE CHRISTMAS AND A GOLDEN TAN

All at sea with David Wragg for a winter holiday away from the cold and damp

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0007-6929

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1970 – 1980

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Emerald Publishing Limited