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Managing 21st century network organizations.

C. C. Snow

Managing 21st century network organizations.

by C. C. Snow

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Edition Notes

Other titlesManaging twenty first century network organizations.
SeriesOrganisational Dynamics 1992 Winter p.p.5-19
ContributionsMiles, R. E., Coleman, H. J.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21708343M

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