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Friedman, J. P. (1987).  Barron's Dictionary of Business Terms.
"Management Style: the leadership method a manager uses in administering an organization. For example, it may be said a manager has a very informal style, which signifies that the manager does not practice close supervision and believes in open communication." (p. 342)

See also: motivation, management system, environment, management, neo-Taylorism, administrative slack, authoritarianism

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