Case study: effective management, a question of context?
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As this chapter has illustrated, the nature of management effectiveness is to some degree dependent upon context. There may be a number of skills, personal qualities and behaviours which are central to effective management in any context, but the need for a contingency approach based upon the nature and environment of an organisation is highlighted by many of the authors whose work is discussed here.
|Title of host publication||Management and organisational behaviour|
|Place of Publication||Harlow|
|Publisher||Financial Times Prentice Hall|
|Number of pages||3|
|Publication status||Published - 2007|