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Good people, bad managers : how work culture corrupts good intentions

"Modern organizations are rife with well-intentioned managers who follow the tenets of mainstream work culture and yet perpetuate patterns of poor management - sapping morale, well-being, and theperformance of individuals and organizations. In Good People, Bad Managers, author Samuel A. Culbert explains how to shift managers' mindsets and to encourage them to break from the culturally written "good management" scripts they enact - to conduct themselves moreintelligently, other-sensibly, and, as opportunities arise, to contribute to the common good." --from Melvyl catalog.

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Samuel A Culbert
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HD31 .C79 2017
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