Parenting, managing inform one another

Langhorne, John
May 2011
Corridor Business Journal;5/16/2011, Vol. 7 Issue 43, p16
The author reflects on the relationship of parenting and management. He examines how both parenting and management have in common and act together, and explains their impact in an organization and family if not practiced rightly. The author argues the need for parents or managers to act in the best interest of the company or the family to promote better decisions and ensure order relationships among colleagues.


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