Shay, Philip W.
January 1965
Advanced Management Journal;Winter65, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p13
Academic Journal
Discusses the ethics and professional practices that should be observed by management consultants. Basic professional characteristics required for any profession; Relationship of the professional man to the profession, to the fellow practitioners and to the clients; Responsibilities of management consultants to a prospective client.


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