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The engagement phenomenon : with the system of frontline planning & scheduling / Maurice John Driscoll ; Robert Hugh Evans
Bib ID 4366171
Format BookBook
Author
Driscoll, Maurice John
 
Description The Gap, Qld. : Frontline Planning, c2009 
xxiii, 403 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 27 cm. 
ISBN 9780980647402
9780980647419
Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 401-403) and index.

Subjects Personnel management.  |  Employee motivation.  |  Supervision of employees.
Other authors/contributors Evans, Robert Hugh
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Engagement phenomenon : with the system of frontline planning and scheduling

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