Managing cultural change to support a new strategy
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Managing cultural change to support a new strategy a study of an engineering (project management) consultancy. by Kannokkan Panthong

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Written in English


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ContributionsUniversity of North London. Business School.
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Pagination[v],147 leaves
Number of Pages147
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Open LibraryOL17954787M

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