Chapter 11. Career Progress
AbstractBy the end of the previous period (1973) many of our alumni working for private companies had already been promoted to lower management positions. During this period (1974-80) an increasing number of them were promoted to middle management positions. A typical corporate hierarchy involving middle and lower level management positions is shown in Figure 1.
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