Organisations ought to consist of people working together in an atmosphere of open co-operation. At first glance there doesn’t seem to be any commonality between a major producer of chemicals and a small spring manufacturer, nor between a major retail company and a small graphics company. What do a police force and a secondary school share? These organisations and many more are at the leading edge of management thinking and treating their employees as full working partners in the The 1990s certainly have seen a marked…

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