Schoeller, V. Donald
July 1966
Advanced Management Journal;Summer66, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p66
Academic Journal
Presents an approach to the actual setting of standard performance budgets. Advantages in developing standards for managerial work; How to develop the key areas to a sound program; Objectives of the management process; Procedure for the management process.


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