management and marriage--push and shove

Coumbe, John W.
June 1978
Advanced Management Journal (03621863);Summer78, Vol. 43 Issue 3, p32
Academic Journal
Discusses how husbands and wives can deal with conflict between work and marriage in order to find personal fulfillment while developing a rewarding relationship together. Development and maintenance of a satisfying human relationship while one or both spouses pursue a rewarding and meaningful career; Implication of delegation to job and human relationships at home; Reason for the deterioration of married couples.


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