Studying the World Beneath the Org Chart

Rosner, Bob
September 2001
Workforce (10928332);Sep2001, Vol. 80 Issue 9, p64
Presents an interview with doctor, Karen Stephenson in the United States. Application of anthropology in the workplace; Views of Stephenson on social networks; Career background of Stephenson.


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