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Change Becomes You

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Does it really matter where we learn it?

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By Rachel Hanson

Slightly over a year ago, I had the opportunity to enroll in Organizational Behavior. This is a course that is required for my M.A. in Public and Nonprofit Administration and it’s a course that I’ve found to be helpful in preparing myself for the new economy. The text for the course was Reframing Organizations: Artistry




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