School-based management: organizing for high performance
Jossey-Bass Publishers, Oct 14, 1994 - Business & Economics - 302 pages
Mohrman and Wohlstetter have written the most important volume on school-based management to date... a significant contribution to the school reform literature.
?Joseph Murphy, professor and chair, department of educational leadership, Vanderbilt University
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