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Development and evaluation of supervisory training.

Neil Rackham

Development and evaluation of supervisory training.

by Neil Rackham

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Published by Air Transport and Travel Industry Training Board in Staines .
Written in English


Edition Notes

A report on research conducted in BOAC under the joint sponsorship of BOAC and the Air Transport and Travel Industry Training Board.

SeriesResearch report -- 71/1
ContributionsAir Transport and Travel Industry Training Board., British Overseas Airways Corporation.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13898540M

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