paperless people involvement-management philosophy at the Dana Corporation

Gibson, Charles H.
June 1975
Advanced Management Journal (03621863);Summer75, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p4
Academic Journal
Examines the reorganization made by Dana Corp. to meet the business challenges of the 1970s. Reduction made on its corporate staff; Subjects covered by the company's policy statement; Functions of the company's home office; Advantages realized by Dana from the budgeting process included in its reorganization; Description of the company's paperless information flow system and area manager concept.


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