Corporate Leadership and Governance for Increasing Stakeholder Involvement and Developing Stronger Connections

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Coulson-Thomas, Colin;
  • Publisher: IUP Publications, a division of ICFAI
  • Subject: HF

Many organisations and their supply chains are networks of relationships, but greater connectivity, additional connections and more intimate relationships can involve costs and risks as well as confer benefits, while inappropriate relationships can be harmful. Aspects o... View more
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