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Fifty Key Figures in Management (Routledge Key Guides) Paperback – May 18, 2003

ISBN-13: 978-0415369787 ISBN-10: 0415369789

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'A fascinating set of cameos of management's major figures that will be most useful for both students and teachers of the subject.' - Professor Malcolm Warner, Fellow of Wolfson College, Cambridge

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Morgen Witzel is a historian of management and writer on business, Editor in chief of Corporate Finance Review and Deputy Editor of Mastering Management Online.

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Over the past 20 years Morgen Witzel has established a international reputation for innovative thinking and clear incisive writing about a range of management issues. He grew up in rural British Columbia and his first job as a writer was as a summer journalist on the award-winning independently-owned, Salmon Arm Observer. After taking his undergraduate degree in History and his Masters degree in Renaissance History at the University of Victoria, Morgen moved with his wife to Britain where he began work as a self-employed researcher, editor and writer.

Morgen is a regular contributor to the Financial Times as well as to many journals. Morgen's book reviews regularly appear in the Los Angeles Times. He is Honorary Senior Fellow at University of Exeter Business School where his Medici to Microsoft module is taught to MBA students. He is also a senior consultant with the Winthrop Group of business historians. Since 1999 he has served as editor-in-chief of Corporate Finance Review.

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