Koontz, Harold
January 1968
Advanced Management Journal;Winter68, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p21
Academic Journal
Discusses the challenges to industrial management and management development. Description of the task of a manager; List of essential elements in an environment for performance; Explanation for management as an art; Need to meet change with flexibility; How to achieve a balanced environment for creativity and conformity.


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