client-consultant organisational learning model generalisations from the interventions of an OB resource centre by Allan P. O. Williams

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Statementby Allan P.O. Williams.
SeriesWorking paper / City University Business School -- no.75, Working paper (City University. Business School) -- no.75.
ContributionsCityUniversity. Business School.
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Pagination32p. ;
Number of Pages32
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Open LibraryOL14572063M

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