When Giants Learn to Dance: Mastering the Challenge of Strategy, Management, and Careers in the 1990s
In this vital blueprint for career and corporate success, Professor Rosabeth moss Kanter shows exactly what it will take to resolve the dilemmas facing American business--and come out on top in the next decade.
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