We, know that writing an effective paper, requires it to be concise, logical, comprehendible, accurate and aligned with the guides of the instructor, which ensuring that the product delivered to the customer is grammatically sound, no punctuation errors and spelling error, no syntax error and well-structured sentences, which compels a writer to read more.
Management papers seek more than just how much students can remember, and calls for critical thinking. It is crucial to create a special attitude and lead the reader to the problem at hand.
For instance, there is no limit of space and you do not need pens, pencils or paper. Even despite this, many students mistakenly believe that reading a couple of books on the subject will teach them everything they need to know about management.
Early managers often relied on authoritative tactics to get the job done, which we have learned from history does not work very well for many modern organizations.
So many of my peers lost grades because they confused the two, and frankly speaking I didn't know much about the difference too.
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