Teamwork Through Flexible Leadership: A How to Guide for Conducting Business in a Changing Work Environment
Teamwork is a challenge in the '90s. All levels of employees are being asked to provide "more". This important publication is a "nuts-and-bolts" guide for using teamwork to make quality and continuous improvement an integral part of any organization's culture.
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