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PDW REFERENCES

8-mag-2019

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2019 ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT

 ANNUAL MEETING

 

Professional Development Workshop Proposal

PSYCHOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF MANAGEMENT IN FAMILY FIRMS

 

Boston Marriott Copley Place

Simmons on Friday, Aug 9 2019, 1:00PM - 3:00PM

 

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