In Chapters 1 and 2 from “Work Rules!”, Laszlo Bock discusses how founders set the tone for people
management, and how flexibility and autonomy allow workers to shine.
What do you think about these ideas, and the content discussed in these chapters? Do you agree–when might
you agree or disagree?’
Motorway project, which was awarded to a Turkish firm. Compensation to the Turkish firm was discussed between the Turkish Prime Minister Demirel and Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto during third ECO summit in Islamabad. (Ahmad, 2000) In March 1995, a Turkish company won the bid for construction of the Ghazi Brotha Dam. Turk sicmen has won the contract for the supply of $30 million worth of cables to Pakistan Telecommunication Corporation. Another Turkish group of companies must win a $30 million tender of WAPDA. Agro Auto of Pakistan and ECE Mason of Turkey entered into a technical cooperation agreement to manufacture motor bikes in Pakistan. Ahmet Cavusoglu, chief Ankara Chamber of Commerce, told Dawn newspapers, low volume of trade showed that their governments and businessmen had failed to translate into concrete action the tremendous goodwill that exists among the two people. In 1996, Turan Esen, the leader of the visiting Turkish delegation said in his address to a special meeting of National Highway Authority of Pakistan that Pakistan-Turkish relations were time-tested and required to set an example of friendly relations. He pointed out that the highways were highly significant as regards to international trade traffic among ECO states. This he said would help the economies of ECO member states to prosper (Hassan, 2002). President Demirel visit to Pakistan December 1997 President Demirel visited for second time in Pakistan within span of a year, when he reached Pakistan on 18 and 19th of December 1997 for the inauguration ceremony of Islamabad-Peshawar motorway. That venture was awarded to a Turkish firm M/S Bayinder. The Turkish President similarly witnessed the signing ceremony of Pehur High Level Canal Project in Peshawar, which was sanctioned to another Turkish company M/S STFA. Pakistan’s Foreign Minister visited Turkey from 6th to 9th of August 1997. The Foreign Minister with his Turkish counterpart Mr. Ismail Cem discussed in details and met with Prime Minister Mesut yilmaz and President Suleyman Demril. After one year Prime Minister Nawaz Shrif also paid a visit ot Istanbul (Turkey) to participate in the First D-8 Summit which had to be started on 15 June, 1998 (Pakistan Foreign Relations, 1997). In April 1998, Turkish Foreign Minister Visited Islamabad and stated that,’The trade volume of the two countries with the rest of the world is some $100 billion, Unfortunately the annual trade between them is just $ 150 million, which is very small as compared to their total world trade figure and the very close political ties that the two countries enjoy’ (The Nation April 3, 1998)>GET ANSWER