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In this book, simply called managing by management guru henry mintzberg, he explores the topic of management from the perspective of how it is actually done versus how it is ideally done mintzberg takes to the task to describe management by following twenty-nine managers for one day in their daily lives. Many books on supply chain risk do not deal explicitly with supply chain security at best it is one of many aspects of discussion this books takes supply chain security a long step forward, as it provides a cross-section of current research and future issues. As this book explains, even the nicest, friendliest people can become dictator-like in organizational systems that encourage bad bosses but by understanding this, both employees and bosses can take the first steps to creating better relationships.
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