Olmsted, George
October 1968
Advanced Management Journal;Fall68, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p10
Academic Journal
Focuses on the need for improving the management technique of business enterprises in the United States. Growth of the national economy since World War II; Needs for leadership development in the overseas market; Problems faced by U.S. companies overseas.


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