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Making the Invisible Visible: Understanding Leadership by T. Thatchenkery,K. Sugiyama

By T. Thatchenkery,K. Sugiyama

Making the Invisible obvious is a research of Asian american citizens within the office and offers a framework in which to rework an identical characteristics which are contributing to this invisibility phenomenon right into a confident management method that gives a counterweight to stability the showmanship method of leadership.

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