Making a consultancy slideshow 'rock solid': a study of pragmatic efficacy
Examines the pragmatic efficacy of a the diagrammatic presentation of managerial problems in a consultancy slideshow through an ethnographic analysis of a consultancy mission, and discusses findings in the light of a pragmatist approach.
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