Lessons from the best in production

March 2008
Horticulture Week;3/6/2008, p16
Trade Publication
The author comments on the issue concerning the impact of the climatic change on growers in Great Britain. She declares that the success of industry in production horticulture reflects on great business management illustrating strong leadership and great customer focus. She inflects that the key to horticulture achievement has been an obsession with customer service, strong communication skills and an exceptionally high commitment to staff motivation and retention.


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