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Review of management and language: the manager as a practical author
Most managers lack the inclination to read, let alone write. Why then do the contributors to this book invoke the figure of the author to this book invoke the figure of the author to other words, author as opposed to ...
Managing equipment for emergency obstetric care in rural hospitals
In resource-poor countries, substantial sums of money from governments and international donors are used to purchase equipment for health facilities. WHO estimates that 50—80% of such equipment remains non-functional. ...
Appropriate management system for agri-cooperatives
What do managers do? frontiers of management research abroad
The manager plans, organizes, coordinates, and controls. These four words are stated like truisms in most management text books and periodicals ever since the French industrialist Henri Fayol introduced them at about ...