Zen and creative management
In Zen and Creative Management, Albert Low, Zen teacher and former business executive, combines Eastern and Western thought to provide mangers with a blueprint for better understanding, improved decision making, and increased awareness of society as a whole.
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The Basic Triad as a Field
Management by Product
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