2 edition of Does the councils organizational culture described as paternalistic, restrict senior staff from adopting the role of manager? found in the catalog.
Does the councils organizational culture described as paternalistic, restrict senior staff from adopting the role of manager?
Dissertation (MA) submitted for the degree of Master of Arts in Human Resource Management at the University of Leicester.
|Statement||by Jackie Swindell.|
|Contributions||Nene College (Northampton), East Devon (England). District Council.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||148|
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