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This role reports to the Operations Manager and works closely with all members of the management team with increasing decision making responsibility over time. Multivoting is used to help teams focus on problem-solving and identifying high priority items in an efficient manner. On the other a lone inventor – James Dyson – who had pioneered a new approach to the humble task of house cleaning and then seen his efforts threatened by an apparent imitation by Hoover.

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