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Mona T Madsen

HRM - that's in the other department!

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HRM - that's in the other department! / Brandl, Julia; Madsen, Mona Toft; Madsen, Henning.

En ny dagsorden for ledelse?. Det Danske Ledelsesakademi, 2006.

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Harvard

Brandl, J, Madsen, MT & Madsen, H 2006, HRM - that's in the other department! in En ny dagsorden for ledelse?. Det Danske Ledelsesakademi, Det Danske Ledelsesakademis 1. Konference: En ny dagsorden for ledelse?, København, Denmark, 11/12/2006.

APA

Brandl, J., Madsen, M. T., & Madsen, H. (2006). HRM - that's in the other department! In En ny dagsorden for ledelse? Det Danske Ledelsesakademi.

CBE

Brandl J, Madsen MT, Madsen H. 2006. HRM - that's in the other department!. In En ny dagsorden for ledelse?. Det Danske Ledelsesakademi.

MLA

Brandl, Julia, Mona Toft Madsen, and Henning Madsen "HRM - that's in the other department!". En ny dagsorden for ledelse?. Det Danske Ledelsesakademi. 2006.

Vancouver

Brandl J, Madsen MT, Madsen H. HRM - that's in the other department! In En ny dagsorden for ledelse?. Det Danske Ledelsesakademi. 2006

Author

Brandl, Julia ; Madsen, Mona Toft ; Madsen, Henning. / HRM - that's in the other department!. En ny dagsorden for ledelse?. Det Danske Ledelsesakademi, 2006.

Bibtex

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RIS

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