Managing Modern Healthcare
by Mike Bresnen, et al.
Publisher: Routledge 2017
Number of pages: 217
Managing Modern Healthcare seeks to draw a number of important and grounded lessons about how management networks develop and influence the spread of management knowledge and practice; how management training and development relates to the needs of managers facing challenging conditions; and how those conditions are shaping the nature of healthcare management.
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