SCD as intelligence booster?

Richard L. Walker

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Good point -- that psychological effect of spending lots of money. Also,
back in the days when I was employed in the corporate world, teamwork was
the most talked about, yet least lived, concept around. I thought
"teamwork" was the ideal "they talk the talk, but don't walk the walk"
example.

Richard L Walker
Pensacola, FL 32504-7726 USA
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Malcolm Brown:
> Many companies spend large sums of money sending their employees
> on courses to develop their teamwork skills - I often wonder whether
> everyone would benefit if they just sent them along to the local
> SCD class.

Depends how important is the psychological effect of spending
large sums of money. Does it matter whether the teamwork training
is done on company or personal time ?

Andrew C Aitchison

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