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  • Why Do Managers Do What They Do
    British Journal of Management, Vol. 10, 335-350 (1999) Why do Managers Do What They Do? Reconciling Evidence and Theory in Accounts of Managerial Work Colin Hales Westminster Business School, University of Westminster, London NWl 5LS, UK This article seeks to show that there has been surprising
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  • How Might Criminology Help Explain Corporate Crime?
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  • Should Managers Either Be Scientists or Artists?
    “Managers should be either scientists or artists.” What do managers do? If one asked them, most of managers even would not know it too. Generally, managers have to manage a business, have to manage creative actions and have to manage its objectives (Drucker, 1955, p. 6). Many people think
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  • The Impact of Personal and Organisational Variables on the Leadership Styles of Managers
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  • What Do Managers Do
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  • Accounting for Managers: Introduction to Accounting
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  • Ignou Ms-04 Accounting and Finance for Managers
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  • Managers
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  • Managers
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  • Interpretations of Information, Technology and Organisation
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  • Organisation Management-Cultural Perspective
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  • Organisation Behaviour
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