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What really makes the difference between success and failure? (05 Jul 07)

People - and how you get the most out of them

Don’t fly blind and rely on gut feeling and luck – let research learn about your employees – and how to motivate them

The world’s best commercial firm may well be Procter and Gamble who make everything from (name two famous products).

Their former Chairman, John G. Smale, was once asked their secret. He said, “We have hundreds of factories and thousands…

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