Planning Review: Volume 8 Issue 2
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Motivating line management using the planning processSteven R. Palesy
The conclusions reached in this article are based on systematic observations of 11 organizations over a three‐year period. Examples have been selected from these…
The debate over productivity: Tilting at Windmills?John Thackray
Hyped by the Administration, the problem of productivity has lately hit the headlines. Like the Nixon and Ford governments, Carter and his entourage of economic experts…
Planning for change in the organizational structureLeon Reinharth, H. Jack Shapiro, Ernest A. Kallman
This article is based on a chapter from the forthcoming Van Nostrand Reinhold/NASCP book by the authors titled The Practice of Planning: Strategic, Administrative, Operational.
Bureaucrat to businessmanRobert M. Abramson, Joseph J. Voci
Developing managers for government‐owned enterprise in less developed countries means creating entrepreneurs who can double as public officials.