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Exploratory action research for manager development / Selva Abraham
Bib ID 2036363
Format BookBook
Author
Abraham, Selva, 1945-
 
Description Upper Mt Gravatt, Qld. : Action Learning, Action Research & Process Management Association and Gibaran Management Consultants, c1994 
xv, 172 p. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 0646175149 (paperback)
Notes

Includes index.

CIP changed: formerly published had title Exploratory action research and published by AEBIS Publishing.

Bibliography: p. 154-165.

Subjects Executives - Training of - Case studies.  |  Action research - Case studies.  |  Action research.  |  Aboriginal Australians - Education - Management - Case studies.
Other authors/contributors Action Learning, Action Research and Process Management Association
Available From Available from ALARPM, P.O. Box 6576, Upper Mt Gravatt QLD 4122 

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