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: Fifteen years since oil deregulation: assessment of the Department of Energy's role in the implementation of Republic Act 8479

Mary Parker Follett was a pioneering public administration theorist and one of the few women who brave the male-dominated fields of management and organization studies in the United States in the early part of the 1900s. Even though she wrote about management and organization environment and processes a century ago, the concepts and themes she envisioned then such as power and authority, conflict resolution, democratic principles in the organization, and governance now resonate in contemporary fundamentals. Her prolific efforts to define the ideal humane and democratic organization and effective governance make this modernist and valiant social worker, advocate, management scholar, and consultant rightly be described as the "prophet of management."

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Sarmiento, La Rainne Abad; Follet, Mary Parker, 1868-1933; Women in the civil service--United States; American women authors; Management--History: Public administration--History;
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