Canham, Erwin D.
October 1967
Advanced Management Journal;Fall67, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p12
Academic Journal
Focuses on the implementation of spiritual and social values in management. Steps in the implementation of spiritual values; Forms of social responsibility; Analysis of self-righteousness.


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