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Argyris, Chris

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AUTHOR Argyris, Chris
FILE SIZE 10,57
DATE 2006
ISBN 9780199286829
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Chris Argyris is the James Bryant Conant Professor Emeritus, Harvard University, and Director of the Monitor Group, Cambridge, MassachusettsArgyris, Chris is the author of 'Reasons And Rationalizations The Limits to Organizational Knowledge', published 2006 under ISBN 9780199286829 and ISBN 0199286825.

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