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Strategic management in the Tasmanian public sector : a case study of stakeholder management / Megan Woods & Robert Hecker
Bib ID 608881
Format BookBook
Author
Woods, Megan
 
Description Hobart, Tas. : School of Management, University of Tasmania, 2002 
vii, 16 p. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0859019993
Series

Working paper series (University of Tasmania. School of Management) ; no. 22-01.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 14-16)

Subjects Tasmania Police.  |  Administrative agencies -- Tasmania -- Management.  |  Strategic planning -- Tasmania -- Case studies.  |  Public administration -- Tasmania.
Other authors/contributors Hecker, Robert  |  University of Tasmania. School of Management

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