Management an Elizabethan tradition experiences the demanding situations faced through executive and church leaders (local and central), the guidance given them, the implications in their judgements, and the perspectives of management circulating in past due Tudor literature and drama.
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Fifty one. Paul Hammer, ed. , “Letters from Sir Robert Cecil to Sir Christopher Hatton 1590–1591,” in faith, Politics, and Society in Sixteenth-Century England, ed. Ian W. Archer, Simon Adams, G. W. Bernard, Mark Greengrass, Paul E. J. Hammer, and Fiona Kisby, forty two (Cambridge: Cambridge college Press, 2003). fifty two . TNA SP 63/205/317. fifty three. Bacon, Queen Elizabeth, 1. fifty four. Robert Naunton, Fragmenta Regalia (London: W. Sheares, 1650), 6, eight, 10. William Camden is anything of an exception. See Patrick Collinson, “Elizabeth I and the Verdicts of History,” old learn seventy six (2003): 469–91. fifty five. most glaringly, Haigh, Elizabeth. fifty six. As one instance,