New deals: the revolution in managerial careers
Based on data gathered from hundreds of interviews and years of study, this superlative resource examines the important issues of career change and management. Presents the argument that the revolution in managerial and employer relationships is only halfway through and a variety of employment alliances will coexist. Discusses the need to focus on innovation in creating new jobs.
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