picking the fastest route to the top

Greenberg, Karen
March 1978
Advanced Management Journal (03621863);Spring78, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p58
Academic Journal
Discusses the policy of many companies in giving those with outstanding performance records every opportunity to progress at a rapid rate. Implication of the policy for aspiring young managers; Information on fast-growth fields as seen by corporate executives and deans of major business schools; Suggestions on what gifted young people can do to advance rapidly.


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