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Organizational Values in America (Hardback)
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Organizational Values in America (Hardback)

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Hardback 282 Pages / Published: 30/01/1989
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This sequel to the authors' acclaimed Organizational America reconsiders the central theme of that volume-the unprecedented growth of the modern organization in America and the replacement of American founding values by the values of the modern organization. That book warned that as the modern organization becomes the dominant social and economic reality in American life, influencing everything that individuals do on and off the job, the consequences for the future would be severe. The authors saw an America forced into a path that unimpeded could result in totalitarianism.

Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
ISBN: 9780887382796
Number of pages: 282
Weight: 522 g
Dimensions: 235 x 165 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

"This engaging book emphasizes the importance of the moral character of business managers and executives by exploring the question: How can individuals live virtuously and freely in modern organizations?"--Ken Shelton, Executive Excellence


"[This book] is the quintessential statement of our condition."--H. George Frederickson, Former President of the American Society for Public Administration


"This is a significant book about the Significant People--and the Insignificant People--with whose destiny it deals."--Dwight Waldo, Professor of the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University


"A trenchant and unsettling analysis of the growing absorption of the individual by the organization. A well argued, and not too hopeful last call for reassertion."--William H. Whyte, Jr., Author of The Organization Man


"This engaging book emphasizes the importance of the moral character of business managers and executives by exploring the question: How can individuals live virtuously and freely in modern organizations?"--Ken Shelton, Executive Excellence


"[This book] is the quintessential statement of our condition."--H. George Frederickson, Former President of the American Society for Public Administration


"This is a significant book about the Significant People--and the Insignificant People--with whose destiny it deals."--Dwight Waldo, Professor of the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University


"A trenchant and unsettling analysis of the growing absorption of the individual by the organization. A well argued, and not too hopeful last call for reassertion."--William H. Whyte, Jr., Author of The Organization Man


-This engaging book emphasizes the importance of the moral character of business managers and executives by exploring the question: How can individuals live virtuously and freely in modern organizations?---Ken Shelton, Executive Excellence


-[This book] is the quintessential statement of our condition.---H. George Frederickson, Former President of the American Society for Public Administration


-This is a significant book about the Significant People--and the Insignificant People--with whose destiny it deals.---Dwight Waldo, Professor of the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University


-A trenchant and unsettling analysis of the growing absorption of the individual by the organization. A well argued, and not too hopeful last call for reassertion.---William H. Whyte, Jr., Author of The Organization Man

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