'Management Laureates - A Collection of Autobiographical Essays' continues in the belief that it is difficult to fully understand an individual's work without knowing a great deal about the person behind that work. To this end, the sixth volume in this series provides insight into the personal and intellectual lives - the frustrations and triumphs - of the management discipline's leading thinkers. Its readers will gain not only behind-the-scenes insights into the discipline's historical development, but also a deeper understanding of what management is and is becoming. As with its predecessors the present volume permits readers to examine trans-historic and time-specific social policies, practices, and structures created and experienced by succeeding generations of management scholars. In doing so, it offers an increased appreciation, through an understanding of other lives in other times and places, of the evolving nature of the management discipline.
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Subtítulo: A COLLECTION OF AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL ESSAYS