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eBook Courageous Conversations: A Collection of Interviews and Reflections on Responsible Leadership by South African Captains of Industry ePub

by David : Nkomo Stella : De Jongh Derick Gleason

  • ISBN: 0627028268
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  • Author: David : Nkomo Stella : De Jongh Derick Gleason
  • Publisher: Van Schaik; 1St Edition edition (2011)
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Courageous Conversations: A Collection of Interviews and Reflections on Responsible Leadership by South African Captains of Industry (1st e. Pretoria: Van Schaik. Goldman, G. A. (2016). On the Possibility of Fostering Critical Management Studies in South Africa. In G. Goldman (E., Critical Management Studies in the South African Context (Vol. 16, pp. 1–29). CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Ruggunan . Sooryamoorthy R. (2019) Management Studies in South Africa: From Practice to a Scholarly Discipline. In: Management Studies in South Africa. Palgrave Studies in African Leadership. Palgrave Pivot, Cham.

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