Fellows, John Edward
January 1968
Advanced Management Journal;Winter68, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p47
Academic Journal
Discusses issues on the promotion of professional employees to managerial positions. Attitude of professional employees toward management; Criticisms on professionals as line managers; Importance of employment background to applicants for research and development positions; Recommendations for professional employees promoted for managerial positions.


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