by William Frey
Publisher: Connexions 2010
Number of pages: 249
This book's approach is decidedly interdisciplinary and practical. It is designed as a laboratory, skills-based course where students develop, practice, and refine decision-making and problem-solving strategies that they will carry with them into the world of business practice.
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