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by Bernard H. Baum

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ISBN:
1420823078
Author:
Bernard H. Baum
Category:
Human Resources
Language:
English
Publisher:
AuthorHouse (July 29, 2005)
Pages:
160 pages
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1157 kb
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1230 kb
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1504 kb
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The book blends fieldwork and theory . It is a theoretically driven study of the nature of dignity in organizations and its role in the life of participants in organizations. Finally, the volume concludes with concrete approaches to promoting dignity and dignifying strategies in the organization. As If People Mattered

Select Format: Hardcover. What is the nature and role of dignity in organizations? Why do managers, professionals, employees, clients, and patients identify with the idea that organizations universally violate their dignity? What can we learn from taking a close look at what participants in organizations feel about their sense of worth? Why should we care? Based on hundreds of interviews, this volume answers such questions

That is how this book views it. The book blends fieldwork and theory

That is how this book views it. The book blends fieldwork and theory.

Find nearly any book by Bernard H. Baum. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Organization Behavior and Change - Managing Human Resources for Organizational Effectiveness. ISBN 9780875636450 (978-0-87563-645-0) Softcover, Stipes Publishing, 1996.

Baum wrote business books in the 1960s, including Decentralization of. .

Baum, Bernard H. 1926–2008(Bernard Helmut Baum) Source for information on Baum, Bernard H. 1926–2008: Contemporary Authors dictionary. Baum wrote business books in the 1960s, including Decentralization of Authority in a Bureaucracy (1961) and Basics for Business (1968). Obituaries and other sources: Periodicals.

Bernard H. Baum, Teri Strenski. The decentralized system has made great strides in improving the health of its people. Thailand's public health system is in transition, reflecting the economic status of the country.

Not any old entrepreneurs though, but rather a unique group of people that wanted to create businesses for . More than 40 years ago E. F. Schumacher wrote Small Is Beautiful: A Study of Economics As If People Mattered

Not any old entrepreneurs though, but rather a unique group of people that wanted to create businesses for reasons other than money – companies where people came before profit, and a fast exit wasn’t the goal. We wanted to create a new movement of entrepreneurship that focused on happiness and impact, with the bottom line following suit. Schumacher wrote Small Is Beautiful: A Study of Economics As If People Mattered. It examined our modern economic system - its use of resources and impact on how we live - and questioned whether they reflect what we truly care about.

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What is the nature and role of dignity in organizations? Why do managers, professionals, employees, clients, and patients identify with the idea that organizations universally violate their dignity? What can we learn from taking a close look at what participants in organizations feel about their sense of worth? Why should we care? Based on hundreds of interviews, this volume answers such questions. For example, how significant is this screaming of the protagonist in "Network." "I'm mad as hell, and I won't take it anymore." But he does-day in, day out-adapting to the abuse and eroding the emotional well-being of his personality. Dignity is an understudied concept in organizational research, as is fear, a correlate of indignity. This work shows how managers feel free to denigrate dignity by virtue of the authority vested in their position and by the impersonality of the organization. For example, the reference to management persons as "they" or "management." The volume begins with an academic approach to the issue of dignity in organizations. But the best academic work should result in actual practice. That is how this book views it. The book blends fieldwork and theory. It is a theoretically driven study of the nature of dignity in organizations and its role in the life of participants in organizations. Finally, the volume concludes with concrete approaches to promoting dignity and dignifying strategies in the organization.