Ambrose Bierce Quotes About Management

Quotes about: Management
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  • Corporation: An ingenious device for obtaining profit without individual responsibility.

    Ambrose Bierce (2015). “The Eyes of the Panther (Cryptofiction Classics - Weird Tales of Strange Creatures)”, p.20, Read Books Ltd
  • CLERGYMAN, n. A man who undertakes the management of our spiritual affairs as a method of better his temporal ones.

    Ambrose Bierce (2009). “The Devil's Dictionary: Easyread Super Large 18pt Edition”, p.46,

Ambrose Bierce

  • Born: June 24, 1842
  • Died: 1914
  • Occupation: Journalist
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