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Defining, measuring, and comparing organisational cultures by Peter T. van den Berg

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Article from Applied psychology : an international review, Vol.53, No.4, 2004 (pp.570-582).

Other titlesApplied psychology : an international review.
StatementPeter T. van den Berg and Celeste P. M. Wilderom.
ContributionsWilderom, Celeste.
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Open LibraryOL16262164M

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