Jaruzelski


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Jaruzelski

Wojciech . born 1923, Polish statesman and soldier; prime minister (1981--85); head of state 1985--90 (as president from 1989)
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Part of the problem is that smaller nonprofits just don't have the sex appeal of the brand-name institutions, says Barry Jaruzelski, vice president of Booz Allen.
Again, in 1981, Trudeau refused to denounce the Jaruzelski dictatorship in Poland.
Five years later, General Wojciech Jaruzelski, who led the crackdown, summoned him for talks.
In 1992, he stated: "While I am delighted that communism has fallen in Poland, that [former communist strongman Wojceich] Jaruzelski is no longer running Poland, I am not persuaded that the opposition factions favored by the AFL-CIO were the ones that reflected the republican aspirations of the Polish people.
On August 17, 1989, Jaruzelski selected Solidarity attorney Tadeusz Mazowiecki to form the first non-Communist government in the Soviet bloc.
However, the relatively modest cuts in R&D spending compared to much larger declines in revenues demonstrates the continued importance of innovation as a critical component of corporate strategy to companies in every industry," said Barry Jaruzelski, Partner at Booz & Company.
Jaruzelski, Staack, and Goehle believe that it is not spending but effective leadership that determines innovation success; the companies with the greatest return on their innovation investments are the ones with a clear innovation strategy that is tightly aligned with business goals and embedded in a culture that supports those goals.
In essence, he now is portrayed as a collaborator of an evil system, the South African equivalent of Marshall Petain of France and General Jaruzelski of Poland.
They gathered momentum after a summer of labour strikes, when Poland's communist chief, General Wojciech Jaruzelski, concluded that the country's economic troubles were too grim to face alone.
Match John Paul's dueling with Polish President Wojciech Jaruzelski with Alexander battling the Emperor Barbarossa, and the place in history of this truly political pope is obvious.
He was imprisoned by the Communist secret police in Poland while organising support for the Polish union,Solidarity,after it was repressed by General Jaruzelski in 1981.