Personal Characteristics, Organizational Practices, and Managerial Effectiveness: A Comparative Study of French and English-Speaking Chief Executives in Quebec

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Title
Personal Characteristics, Organizational Practices, and Managerial Effectiveness: A Comparative Study of French and English-Speaking Chief Executives in Quebec
Abstract
A comparative managerial study of the Quebec furniture industry. The author concludes that empirical evidence exists to support the hypothesis that culture is a factor in the success of English-speaking businessmen.
Type
PhD dissertation
University
University of California, Los Angeles
Place
Los Angeles, CA
Date
1974
Language
en
Citation
D’Amboise, Gérard. “Personal Characteristics, Organizational Practices, and Managerial Effectiveness: A Comparative Study of French and English-Speaking Chief Executives in Quebec.” PhD dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles, 1974.
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