Post‐socialist countries have more challenges in the change process than merely creating a market economy. Communism eroded the work ethic, created organizations where employees considered it their right to steal from the company, management as a profession was never understood, and party loyalty and networks were the most important criteria of advancement. Suggests that teaching management out of this context creates its own challenges.
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