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BUS 5113 Organization Theory & Behavior - Portfolio Activity Unit 2

BUS 5113 Organization Theory & Behavior - Portfolio Activity Unit 2

This submission was presented at the University of the People in Organization Theory & Behaviour Course - Portfolio Activity Unit 2. It provides a solution to the following question: Discuss Pertinent Negative As It Relates To Our Personal Behaviors and Perceptions.

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