Managing People in Organizations Contemporary Theory and Practice

Adams, Jeremy DuQuesnay

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Adams, Jeremy DuQuesnay
DATE
2007
ISBN
9781403997968
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
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5,94 MB
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Jeremy Adams is the founder and director of Eclectic Consulting LtdAdams, Jeremy DuQuesnay is the author of 'Managing People in Organizations Contemporary Theory and Practice', published 2007 under ISBN 9781403997968 and ISBN 1403997969.

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