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management of change, conflict and stress in library and information work lecture notes of the Training Course on Improving the Effectiveness of Small Libraries and Information Units by Amos P. N. Thapisa

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Published by German Foundation for International Development, Education, Science and Documentation Centre in Bonn .
Written in English


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On front cover: DSE Zentralstelle fu r Erziehung, Wissenschaft und Dokumentation.

StatementAmos P.N. Thapisa.
ContributionsDeutsche Stiftung fu r internationale Entwicklung. Zentralstelle fu r Erziehung, Wissenschaft und Dokumentation.
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Open LibraryOL13941839M

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