Chester I. Barnard

Wolf, William B.
December 1961
Journal of the Academy of Management;Dec61, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p167
Academic Journal
Pays tribute to Chester L. Barnard, author of management books, who died in 1961. His impact on the development of management theory; Information on soome of his written works; His accomplishments.


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