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Surveillance of Workers: Ethical?

Surveillance of Workers: Ethical?

Feb 19th, 2015No Comments

“Monitoring is a tool that holds considerable appeal to management, one that should be evaluated for mutual organization–individual benefit.”

Psychoanalytic Theory as Social Practice

Psychoanalytic Theory as Social Practice

Jan 22nd, 2015No Comments

“Shifts in psychoanalytic theory and practice have occurred, in part, because of the inability of the classical (Freudian) model to provide a language that adequately captures deeply felt human values and beliefs.”

What does genocide have to do with organizations?

What does genocide have to do with organizations?

Jan 15th, 2015No Comments

“We shall propose that genocide, far from constituting a tragic phenomenon at the margins of contemporary society, raises questions that go to the heart of organization and management studies.”

Transformational Leadership as a Form of Oppression?

Transformational Leadership as a Form of Oppression?

Jan 8th, 2015No Comments

“The suggestion is that the downside of TL models has been insufficiently examined, and may have the potential to move organizations in destructive directions, thereby undermining their competitive capacity.”

Narcissism, Idealization, and Spiritual Abuse

Narcissism, Idealization, and Spiritual Abuse

Jan 1st, 2015No Comments

“It is apparent from the respondent narratives that spiritual abuse is a phenomenon that contains a range of facets found in other forms of abuse where there are significant boundary violations – particularly the common experiences of domestic abuse and
workplace bullying.”

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