We are now approaching a great Crisis in the Management of the affairs of this country.
One of the most serious adverse effects of the whole of our fiscal policy is that there is a Crisis of Management.
We have difficulties, but that does not override the fact that basically we are talking about a Crisis of Management rather than any overwhelming weaknesses of the country.
The Management Crisis, financial hazards and the very sorry failure to fulfil the terms of the franchise all smack of the unfortunate London Weekend Television affair.
We are in real danger of creating a Crisis in Management.
This company has had to adjourn its annual general meeting indefinitely because it faces a Management Crisis.
There can be no dispute, Mr. Speaker, that a major State-controlled corporation faces a Serious Management Crisis which I believe to be unprecedented.
Is the Leader of the House aware of the widespread public concern about the Crisis of Management within the NCB and the Government's unwillingness to seek an honourable andacceptable settlement of the miners' dispute?
To date, there has been good will from the staff, but it has been undermined by the Crisis of Management.
The regulations suddenly became necessary through a lack of foresight and the Crisis of Management facing the Government.
While the report concludes that there is no general Crisis in the Management of social rented housing, there were 484 considerable variations between the best and the worst performers amongst both local authorities and associations.
We have a Crisis in Management generally in this country, not only in the management of British Coal.
We know that in recent months there has been a Management Crisis and a bed crisis at City hospital, Dudley road.
As the hon. Member forMiddlesbrough said, the Turnbull commission was established in the wake of what one might almost call a Crisis of Management in the Church of England.
it is symptomatic of a Crisis of Management within the Department—a crisis of management that has led to chaos on our railways, in London Underground, and in National Air Traffic Services.
Not only has that feuding detracted from the Department's ability to do its work; it is symptomatic of a Crisis of Management within the Department - a crisis of management that has led to chaos on our railways, in London Underground, and in National Air Traffic Services.
Faced with a Crisis of Management in the health service, according to my parliamentary questions - the Minister of State,the right hon. Member for Barrow and Furness (Mr. Hutton) and I have had a dialogue on this - the Department has no knowledge of the career background of 60 per cent.
The problems which the BBC is confronting now are not of the staff's making; it is a fundamental Crisis of Management.
To be frank, I think there is a Crisis of Management at the National Gallery.