2 edition of Cultural discontinuities and the transfer of management philosophies and practices found in the catalog.
Cultural discontinuities and the transfer of management philosophies and practices
John Walton Martyr
|Contributions||Henley Management College.|
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|Number of Pages||321|
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CULTURAL DISCONTINUITIES AND THE TRANSFER OF MANAGEMENT PHILOSOPHIES AND PRACTICES (With particular reference to Great Britain, and the Arab countries of the Arabian Gulf and Saudi Arabia.) A thesis submitted for the degree of Master of Philosophy by John Walton Martyr Henley, the Management College, and Brunel University.
June Cultural discontinuities and the transfer of management philosophies and practices Author: Martyr, J.
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