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The Expressive Organization - Linking Identity, Reputation and the Corporate Brand [Hardcover]

Mogens Holten Larsen , Majken Schultz
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First Sentence
Ideas such as organizational identity, reputation, and corporate branding have been around for a long time. Read the first page
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