HUMAN RESOURCES AND ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR (Series)

HUMAN RESOURCES AND ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR (Series)

    Price: $995.00

    Code: 2063
    Format: DVD

    A Document Associates Production
    1978, color, 26 mins. each,
    Purchase: $995 Classroom Rental: $495


    This thirteen-part film series examines issues in the behavioral sciences with an emphasis on management techniques. It features leading authorities in the management, behavioral and social sciences who present new theoretical concepts and practical models on how to develop stronger organizations, more effective management, more satisfied individuals and greater productivity.

    Each film is also available for purchase individually.

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