U.S. ARMY USES RO OVER 33 YEARS
US Army uses requisite organization over 33 years
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What’s in a name? How we talk and write about what we do.
By Ken Shepard
Why should the manager not be two stratamore capable than the subordinate?
By Herb Koplowitz
Getting Client Cooperation for RO Case Studies
By David Creelman
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Toward an integrated theory of designing and managing organizations
based on the concepts of levels of work, levels of human capability,
accountability and other concepts by Wilfred Brown and Elliott Jaques.