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Document Info: This DBA Dissertation is presented in PDF format and is downloadable as 6 PDF files: Abstract - 550KB (3 pages - searchable), Part1 - 4.2MB (111 pages), Part2 - 4.2MB (100 pages), Part3 - 4.1MB (101 pages),
Document Info: This Ph.D. Dissertation is presented in PDF format and is downloadable as 2 PDF files - approx. 2.9MB (94 pages) & 2.7MB (95 pages) in size respectively . Summary:
Document Info: This Ph.D. Dissertation is presented in PDF format and is downloadable as 5 PDF files: Abstract - 55KB (2 pages), Part1 - 4.3MB (100 pages), Part2 - 3.9MB (99 pages), Part3 - 3.4MB (74 pages), and
Document Info: This PhD Dissertation is presented in marginally searchable PDF format and is downloadable as 3 PDF files: Part1 - 3.2MB (73 pages), Part2 - 2.9MB (68 pages), and Part3 - 3.0MB (68 pages) in size respectively .
Document Info: This Ph.D. Dissertation is presented in searchable PDF format and is approx. 1.34 MB in file size and 197 pages in length . Dissertation: 1985, Ph.D. (Library Science), University of Southern California, United States
Nurses' Perceptions of Their Approach to Work
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The Relationship between Predecessors' And Successors' Potential Capability and Organizational Performance Following a Succession in Family-Owned Businesses
(CEO's Accountability in Large Enterprises) 
(Level of predictability of the evaluation of potential according to the theory of Elliott Jaques applied to an insurance and financial services company) 
(Fraud and Incentives in Corporations) Language: Espagñol/Spanish Summary (in English):
Requisite Organization theory claims that it can bring about profound organizational change, with substantial increases both in productivity and in well-being at the workplace, within a short time and at very low cost.
Book Chapter (Handbook of Management Consulting Services, 2nd Ed.) Summary:
From Ivey Business Journal - May/2004 Summary:
This article first appeared in the journal Organisations & People Vol 11 No 1 2004, published by the Association for Management Education & Development (AMED), Cambridge, UK.
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(Development and implementation of remuneration systems based on Elliott Jaques's theory) Language: Espagñol/Spanish Summary (in English):