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Critical review of management

  • Course: Organisational Behavior and Management.
  • Professor: Hales
  • School: ECU
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Management & Organizational History
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Management and organizational history:
Prospects
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Charles Booth & Michael Rowlinson
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University of the West of England

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Queen Mary, University of London
Published online: 02 Jan 2013.

To cite this article: Charles Booth & Michael Rowlinson (2006) Management and organizational history: Prospects, Management & Organizational History, 1:1, 5-30
To link to this article: http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1744935906060627

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