Boost productivity through people development

September 1997
Works Management;Sep97, Vol. 50 Issue 9, p62
The article gives advice on how to improve productivity through people development. The author emphasizes the need to make sure that the management and the workforce have the skills to deliver success before launching initiatives designed to improve performance and productivity. The steps that can be taken by companies to promote employee skills development are discussed.


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