Beer et al 1984 Harvard map, HR Management

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I need some help on my essay regarding harvard map of beer et al 1984. Evaluation is required of thsi harvard model and comparison to other models, especially with normative models, descrptive model, criticle evaluative model and descriptive- behvaioural model.
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