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The CPO of American Red Cross, Tom Nash, told Beroe in an exclusive interview that the “command-and-control” style of “telling people what to do” is neither effective nor sustainable in getting things done in any organization.
Interview: Procurement should not be the police department
The CPO of American Red Cross, Tom Nash, told Beroe in an exclusive interview that the “command-and-control” style of “telling people what to do” is neither effective nor sustainable in getting things done in any organization.Read Interview
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