April 15, 2009
Kevin J. Sensenig
Three generations of management theory have defined how organizations develop human potential. First, under the functional management approach, development was aimed at getting people to follow the standard processes established for each function. The assumption was tha...
January 03, 2008
Chris Wildermuth, Mel Wildermuth
Mary yawned and glanced distractedly at the large wall clock. A talented linguist, she spoke four languages, three with native proficiency. In spite of her talents, Mary dreaded technical and detailed translation work. She hated the lonely hours limited to a single task...
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