By Richard G. Milter, Valerie S. Perotti, Mien S.R. Segers
This selection of articles describing various points of the advancements happening in modern-day place of work and the way they have an effect on company schooling presents really international insurance of innovation within the box.
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Educational innovation in economics and business IX: Breaking boundaries for global learning by Richard G. Milter, Valerie S. Perotti, Mien S.R. Segers