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Agricultural project management in Zambia


, : Agricultural project management in Zambia. Agricultural project management in Zambia: 83

This paper reports on field work carried out in Zambia during late August and September 1988. It investigates the job of agricultural project management, focusing on how managers use their time, the problems they encounter, the skills they use, and their perceptions of their job, its demands, and its salient points. Twenty-two managers were interviewed, half Zambian nationals, the other half expatriates.

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