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idiosyncratic profile

E. Jane Tobbell

idiosyncratic profile

the competencies required for effective performance in a UK sales andmarketing department

by E. Jane Tobbell

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Published by UMIST in Manchester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementE. Jane Tobbell ; supervised by Marilyn Davidson.
ContributionsDavidson, Marilyn., School of Management.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16793989M

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Etymology. The term "idiosyncrasy" originates from Greek ἰδιοσυγκρασία idiosynkrasía, "a peculiar temperament, habit of body" (from ἴδιος idios, "one's own", σύν syn, "with" and κρᾶσις krasis, "blend of the four humors" (temperament)) or literally "particular mingling".

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