Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014
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|Student||Antwanna Baker and Veronica Jackson|
Ms. Elaine Dessouki|
Dr. Benjamin Dobrin
Dr. Thomas Lopez
|Department||Management, Business and Economics|
Over the years there has been a debate over which style of management is the best. Every manager struggles to figure what is the best way to manage their employees to receive the best work out of the employees. What might work with one company does not work for every company because they might differ in size, culture and environment. This paper tries to analyze if there is truly a perfect method of management.