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RMIC - Review of Management Innovation and Creativity

Volume: 1, Issue: 2

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  • EFFECTIVE DECISION MAKING IN VIRTUAL ORGANIZATIONS: A CASE FOR VIRTUAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT
    Author(s): Brandon Hamilton
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  • COMMUNICATION APPREHENSION AND ANXIETY
    Author(s): Brenda Randle
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  • INDUSTRY, BUSINESS, AND EDUCATION: A BRIEF LOOK AT A SCHOOL-TO-WORK WORKSHOP
    Author(s): Denise Richardson and Burnette Hamil
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  • INCREASING INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS FOR DISTANCE EDUCATION
    Author(s): Kim Riordan
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  • THE EFFECTS OF INDIVIDUAL CREATIVITY ENHANCEMENT DERIVED FROM GENERIC CREATIVITY INFORMATIONAL TRAINING
    Author(s): Monty McNair, Caroline Howard, Indira Guzman and Paul Watkins
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  • ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE AND INNOVATION IN THE AUSTRALIAN BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
    Author(s): Susan McGrath Champ
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  • ORGANIZATIONAL VALUES AND PROFITABILITY: THE INFLUENCE OF UNDERLYING FACTORS
    Author(s): Kimberly Johnson and Charlotte Sutton
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