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Making Management Simple by F. Kay, H. Guinness, N. Stevens

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Making Management Simple
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Publisher: How To Books Ltd
ISBN/ASIN: 1845280148
ISBN-13: 9781845280147
Number of pages: 302

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The principles of good management are explained in an easy-to-understand way. Management is not easy and we all need to work on making ourselves better at it. Use this book to do just that and it will be a tenner well spent.

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