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letters We're drowning in a sea of management speak

I liked your editorial, not overstated but sharp (aj 20.1.99). Now that the 'get Kelly' (Hellman, Shonfield et al) bandwagon is in motion, I guess it's not of much interest, but I always thought the board's own self-serving drivel as reproduced in the last annual report was a sure testament to the ethical and intellectual poverty of its privy council stooges - but not, thankfully, as it has turned out, the providence of a majority of its elected architect members - I italicise parts ...

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