Zen and the Art of Stakeholder Involvement
Australian Minerals & Energy Environment Foundation, 2000 - Mineral industries - 40 pages
Deals with issues of strategic management and offers a top-down view of risk management, drawing out the five discrete elements that are inherent in the title: risk management; management; management of the future; the future; and, future studies.
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