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Managing incoherence : the coordination and empowerment conundrum = La gestion de l"incohérence : le dilemme de la coordination et de la responsabilisation by B. Guy Peters

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Published by Canadian Centre for Management Development = Centre canadien de gestion in Ottawa, Ont .
Written in English


  • Management -- United States.,
  • Public administration -- United States.,
  • Corporate culture -- United States.,
  • Gestion -- États-Unis.,
  • Culture d"entreprise -- États-Unis.,
  • États-Unis -- Administration.

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Edition Notes

StatementB. Guy Peters, Donald J. Savoie
SeriesResearch paper (Canadian Centre for Management Development) = Rapport de recherche (Centre canadien de gestion) -- no. 16
ContributionsSavoie, Donald J., Canadian Centre for Management Development., Centre canadien de gestion.
The Physical Object
Paginationii, 40, 48, iv p.
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20587932M
ISBN 100662616960

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