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2019 | 2/2019 (82) | 127-141
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Organizational Routines, Practices and Artefacts. At the Intersection between the Evolutionary and the Cultural Approach

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Rutyny organizacyjne, praktyki i artefakty. Na styku podejścia ewolucyjnego i kulturowego
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2019-05-06
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  • Wroclaw University of Economics, Department of Management Methods Design
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1644-9584
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bwmeta1.element.desklight-4b4e57de-9558-4139-a444-0de6b5dcaef3
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