From the Editor

Cappelli, Peter
November 2006
Academy of Management Perspectives;Nov2006, Vol. 20 Issue 4, preceding p1
Academic Journal
The author reflects on changes in "Academy of Management Perspectives" in 2006. He previews the articles in the current issue and focuses attention on topics including radio frequency identification technology and women in management roles. He draws attention to an exchange about offshoring and its impact on white-collar jobs.


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