Organisational Change in Post-Communist Europe provides a unique and detailed examination of the complex processes of transformation in former state-owned enterprises in the Czech Republic. This is an excellent resource for students interested in Central and Eastern European post-communist transition and its impact on human resource management, organizational behavior and the management of change in the region.
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