Murdick, Robert G.
October 1965
Advanced Management Journal;Fall65, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p36
Academic Journal
Discusses the basic concepts of business planning. Function of plans; Characteristics of planning; Types of planning; Importance of forecasts in planning; Distinction between formal, written and undocumented plans.


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