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To answer this question he examines the history of GEC after Arnold Weinstock left in 1996 and <quote> "all hell broke loose" with the appointment of George Simpson (an accountant), and John Mayo (from the Merchant Banking world).
Even companies outside of Britain (examples RCA and Westinghouse) have been afflicted by the same upper management failures.
What does Britain have to do to create a business climate that will allow world class companies to thrive?
Peter Brooks MIET
Palm Bay Florida USA