Industrial Management

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Information and Knowledge Management

Table Of Contents: Volume 77 Issue 7

When polemics overtake reason

FOR a man who professes to have “no stomach” for politics, Sir Joseph Hunt shows a remarkable disposition for spleen venting against the Government.

In Brief

Why the business user should get bigger phone rebate While National Utility Service — the energy and public utility cost consultants —welcome the announcement by the Post…

The battle over ‘back‐door Bullockism’

The TUC campaign — backed by legislative proposals — to restrict shopfloor representation on pension fund management bodies to trade union members is meeting vociferous…

EXPANSION IN CONTRACTING

Alec Snobel reports on the growth of a specialist cleaning and maintenance industry.

The benefits of being on camera

Whether it's for marketing or training and education, audio visual presentation is probably the most effective method for absorbing—and remembering—information.

How the job governs the style

Ronald Ellis examines a diverse range of management theories and practices concerned with organisational development. “In essence,” he says, “managers are required to…

UNPLUGGING THE COMPONENT BOTTLENECKS

With previous business recoveries marred by domestic components shortages — and the consequent dependence on foreign suppliers — a key aim of the Government's industrial…

Getting down to essentials

You have the option of a golden future in commodities, says Alec Snobel continuing his series on personal finance for managers.

Combating the brain strain

Having covered exercise and diet, David Dove concludes his manager fitness programme with ideas for averting stress at home and work.

On test — the Renault 20TL

LIKE people, first impressions with a car can be highly misleading, but rarely are they totally false. No sooner had I left the Renault depot in Western Avenue and began…

ISSN:

0007-6929

Online date, start – end:

1970 – 1980

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Emerald Publishing Limited