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    Use of systems methodologies in the UK and Spain: a sample survey

    Paucar-Caceres, Alberto (2000) Use of systems methodologies in the UK and Spain: a sample survey. Systemic practice and action research, 13 (4). pp. 515-542. ISSN 1094-429X

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    The emergence and the use of the so-called Management Sciences Methodologies has been one of the major recent developments in the field of Management Practice. The issues of the cultural dimensions of a particular country and its relevance in managerial practices have attracted substantial attention over recent years. This paper attempts to compare the usage of management sciences methods from the Hard and Soft spectrum in two countries that have quite distinctive managerial and cultural traditions: the UK and Spain. It reports on the results of a mail questionnaire administered to MBA graduates working in management consultancy in both countries.

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