A continuing problem in the development of Third World countries is the lack of sufficiently trained people who can both organize and carry out organizational changes for improved results. Organizational Change and the Third World explains how to achieve organizational change through improved management. Executives in public and private sectors, government officials in developing countries, or educators in public administration can turn to this book for sound advice on improving organizational effectiveness.
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