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Remember also there are variations in systems and styles of management, and in the choice of managerial behaviour. 2). 2 A basic framework of study You are encouraged to complement your reading of the book by drawing upon your own experience of work organisations. Search for and study examples of management and organisational behaviour. Look for good and bad examples of management activities and practices, and consider reasons for their apparent success or failure. Compare critically the practical examples given in the text and appendices with the procedures and practices in your own organisation.