Can an ethic of care support the management of change?

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Hartog, M. and Tomkins, L. 2015. Can an ethic of care support the management of change? in: Mabey, C. and Mayrhofer, W. (ed.) Developing Leadership: Questions Business Schools Don't Ask? Sage. pp. 257-266
Chapter titleCan an ethic of care support the management of change?
AuthorsHartog, M. and Tomkins, L.
Research GroupProfessional Practice group for Leadership, Work and Organisations
Page range257-266
Book titleDeveloping Leadership: Questions Business Schools Don't Ask?
EditorsMabey, C. and Mayrhofer, W.
PublisherSage
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Hardcover9781446296103
Publication dates
Print18 Jun 2015
Publication process dates
Deposited14 Oct 2015
Output statusPublished
Web address (URL)https://uk.sagepub.com/en-gb/eur/developing-leadership/book243242
LanguageEnglish
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