Management of Tomorrow

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THERE are few graver problems that confront industry and society alike than that of securing competent leadership under the difficult conditions of our time. Important attempts have been made at training for management, as exemplified in the Department of Business Administration at the London School of Economics, or the Institute of Industrial Administration, as well as in the courses in industrial administration arranged by the College of Technology, Manchester; but hitherto industry as a whole has made little use of such experiments, nor can it be said that it has given the matter the systematic study and attention which it deserves.

Management of Tomorrow.

By L. Urwick. Pp. xvii + 205. (London: Nisbet and Co., Ltd., 1933.) 8s. 6d. net.

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