Wieners, Brad
April 2004
Inc.;Apr2004, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p91
Interviews Ricardo Semler, chief executive officer of Semler. Personnel management style of Semler; Challenges encountered by employees and managers in adapting to the management approach; Impact of the management approach on the work ethic of the employees.


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