Theory of management development

United States, 1961

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Dr. Charles Ferguson presents a lecture about the nature of a manager, discussing some of the assumptions upon which management development theory is based, and the importance of a manager’s self knowledge and awareness of the multiple roles he or she performs as a supervisor, a peer, and a subordinate.

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