Russian Management Model by Aleksandr Prokhorov, fourth edition
In Russian Management Model Aleksandr Prokhorov analyzes the Russian management mythology and raises important questions such as what is the Russian management model, how to use it in practice, which of its parts are real and which are not, whether it is reliable and what will happen to it in the future.
The exciting study covers the past thousand years of Russian history. The traditional problems are viewed at an unconventional angle which makes individual events and facts line up to form an elegant theory. The author discovers specific types of management structures and procedures, describes management technologies practiced by Russians in the past and in the present.
The book is intended for a wide range of readers.
The fourth edition sees corrected misprints and an updated cover.
- Artemy Lebedev
- Iskander Mukhamadeev
- Svetlana Kartashevskaya
- Anna Olshevskaya
- Aleksandr Privalov
- Ekaterina Kasimova
- Svetlana Kalinnikova
- 496 pages
- Dimensions: 144×216 mm (5.6″×8.5″)
- Press run: 3000