Mu Kappa Tau Award

March 1998
Journal of Personal Selling & Sales Management;Spring98, Vol. 18 Issue 2, Preceding p1
Academic Journal
This article recognizes the recipients of the Mu Kappa Tau Award for best article in the journal related to sales management and professional selling as of 1997. These include Jerome A. Colletti from The Alexander Group and Lawrence B. Chonko from Baylor University. Their article, "Change Management Initiatives: Moving Sales Organizations From Obsolescence to High Performance," appeared in the Spring 1997 issue.


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