Multiteaming in the Workplace: Challenges for Human Resources Policies and Organizational Development

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Oana C Fodor


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Fodor, O. C. (2019). Multiteaming in the Workplace: Challenges for Human Resources Policies and Organizational Development. Psihologia Resurselor Umane, 17(2), 5–11.


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