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Chronologies, Periods and Events in Management and Business History

Chronologies, Periods and Events in Management and Business History

Exogenous change points, which may be characterized as 'revolutions' often see several events take place together which undermine established cultures or routine within business and management encouraging or perhaps even forcing a managed response.


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