Wyman, George H.
April 1968
Advanced Management Journal;Spring68, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p70
Academic Journal
Highlights the role of industry and business in social change in the United States. Factors affecting society; Needs of a community that management can meet; Consequences of not addressing social problems.


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