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Organisational Behaviour: Structures & Cultures

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Organisational Behaviour: Structures & Cultures
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Pauline S (1 month ago)
Divyanka Kediya (1 year ago)
awsm explanation 😊
Nelson College London (1 year ago)
You are very welcome, glad it was very helpful.
Siddhant Saxena (1 year ago)
It is very well explained about being #culturefit in an organization. Find your candidates fit, with the current best performing #employees. This would eventually go beyond looking at their skills, making it beneficial for the organization. Visit, or book a demo at: https://goo.gl/inMXGD
brown mwailima (1 year ago)
good description and presentation...
ArkScuds (1 year ago)
I don't see the cross-references for the videos that you pulled from other YouTube sources. Did you get permission to incorporate all these other video content into yours?
charity lungu (1 year ago)
really helped by the tutorial here.
Atef Bareesh (1 year ago)
Explain how roles and responsibilities of marketing relate to the wider organisational context.
dhobbs16 (1 year ago)
You spelled organization wrong lol https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_and_British_English_spelling_differences#-ise.2C_-ize_.28-isation.2C_-ization.29 I get it.
Wiki is not a grammar professor. Most of the S in the British English is Z in the US English. Please don't forget that England exists much before the USA :)
febby sapulete (11 months ago)
dhobbs16 it's british
dhobbs16 (1 year ago)
I know. I linked a wiki page about it originally. Thanks though.
Nelson College London (1 year ago)
Hi, we are based in UK, so we spell it British way, which is using 's'. We also spell 'spelled' as 'spelt'.
Shyam Taneja (1 year ago)
Many Thanks for this video:) Its very informative & a Grt1...
thebeattrustee (2 years ago)
Is video is pretty cheesy but dang that's some serious information
Sylwin Coelho (2 years ago)

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