Paradox becomes orthodox: The new management challenge of the '90s

Miller Jr., Robert S.
October 1990
Vital Speeches of the Day;10/1/90, Vol. 56 Issue 24, p756
Primary Source Document
Presents a speech by Robert S. Miller Jr., Vice Chairman of Chrysler Corp., delivered at the University of Michigan Management Briefing Seminar, on August 8, 1990. Management challenges; The need for better service for consumers; Paradoxes that exist.


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