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< previous page page_97 next page > Page 97 that the standard of education of the majority of citizens is rather basic. This has an impact on the capabilities of those working at the lower levels in organizations. An almost inevitable result is that management styles in Zania tend to be autocratic. A challenge, we perceived, was to seek to introduce a more liberated democratic style for lower staff levels. To complicate these business issues even further, Zanian society has to deal with significant amounts of corruption. This runs through all echelons of society. The object of our concern in Zania was the Fleet Division of Safari International Zania (Manjaro Fleet). The Manjaro Fleet had under its control all safari vehicles based in the City of Manjaro and those based at the two safari lodges, in the Mungo and Prospect game reserves. The total number of vehicles in use through each season was between 90 and 120, some being hired in during the peak
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season. The company employed 75 permanent and
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