Unsolicited management advice

Dix, John
November 1997
Network World;11/03/97, Vol. 14 Issue 44, p52
Trade Publication
Editorial. Discusses how an educator's viewpoint may be beneficial for network executives to engage in from time to time. Tendency of network executives to lose sight of the most important aspects of the job; Different between going about one's job day-to-day and teaching someone your job.


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