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Browsing College of Engineering, Business, and Education by Subject "Management"

Browsing College of Engineering, Business, and Education by Subject "Management"

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  • Jones, Richard J. Jr. (1967)
    Management by Objectives evolved from the previously employed management techniques to meet the needs of contemporary management in our highly complex technological and economic environment. This thesis deals with the ...
  • Kleffman, Edgar F. (1973)
    This thesis attempts to assign the responsibility for budgetary control to operating management rather than to the budget and accounting staff. This paper demonstrates that effective budgetary control can only be implemented ...
  • Haydu, Arnold W. Jr. (1977)
    The Management of Current Assets is essential in the modern business world. The purpose of this study is to focus on one important asset, Accounts Receivable. Specifically, this study is directed toward the measurement of ...
  • Henning, Henry R. (1971)
    Today's management practices and attitudes are falling short of the Teamwork is the key. Where top management ; demands of today's task, provides leadership, and operating managers actively and enthusiastically cooperate ...
  • Hariri, Sheida (1975)
    The intent of this paper is to identify management practices. Two questionnaires, each containing 142 items were used for two separate samples of managers and subordinates. Every item in each survey form were matched in ...

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