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Management Case Studies: Screwed-up Thinking Patterns

Screwed-up Thinking Patterns (It is a totally fictionalized anecdote in the management and business field. Any remote resemblance to anything in real life will be a sheer coincidence) Mahima Styler was excessively high in her ambitions to become rich and … Continue reading

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