Managing People

Managing People

Book - 1988
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Managing people is the primary function of all of our organizational activities. Prof. Dwyer explains why managers often lapse into self-limiting styles of management, and he teaches substitute behaviors that expand human influence.
Publisher: Philadephia, Pa. : Wharton School, c1988.
Characteristics: 1 videocassette (52 min.) :,sd., col. +,1 sound cassette + 1 study guide.

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