Men, Management, and Morality: Toward a New Organizational Ethic

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Transaction Publishers, 1989 - Business & Economics - 320 pages
Reprint with a new introduction by the author. Originally published 1965, McGraw-Hill. Golembiewski, (political science, U. of Georgia) proposes a firm link between organizational values and the use of social and behavioral scientific knowledge. Annotation(c) 2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
 

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Contents

Introduction to the Transaction Edition
xi
Introduction
1
Organization as a Major Locus for Preserving Individual Freedom
7
Some Dimensions
9
Pessimistic Prognoses
11
A Case Study in Pessimism
15
Capitalism Communism and Socialism
17
The JudaeoChristian Ethic Structural Properties and Managerial Techniques
21
Testing the Traditional Guidelines
128
Toward Making the Job as Big as the Man
133
Organizing for Training in the Process of Work
142
Reciprocity as a Goal
151
They Go But Faintly to Work With One Buttock Selfdetermination in the Microenvironment
161
Further Directions
162
Some Wages of the Traditional Theory
165
The Tyranny of Logic Illustrated
169

The Complex Problems of Organization Technical and Moral Approaches
26
Positivism as a Dominant Idea of Our Time
27
A Positivistic Application
30
Dual Demands on Theory
33
A ORGANIZATION AS SIMPLEX
34
B ORGANIZATION AS COMPLEX
35
C MAN IN ORGANIZATION
37
Individualistic Ethicsand Social Ethic
38
Toward the JudaeoChristian Ethic
44
The Social Scientist as a Moralist
49
Man In Organization the JudaeoChristian Ethic and the Organizational Revolution
56
The Need for Guidelines
57
An Analytical Preview
59
Some Useful Distinctions
60
A Derivation from Our Moral Tradition
63
The Three Ethics as Yardsticks
65
The Proper Study of Mankind Meshing Personality and Organization
76
Persistence and Simplicity
77
Fad and Counterfad Rejected
85
Some Successes and Outer Limits
90
Some Directions for Development
98
Compatibility as a Prototype
102
Structural Innovations and Supporting Techniques
108
Denouement and Prologue
114
The Human Use of Human Beings Organizing for Individual Development
118
An Opposed Tradition
120
Uses Pathologies and an Alternative
179
Motivating by Growth versus Deficiency
187
Lincoln Electric and Growth Motivation
197
A Sense of Partnership in and Responsibility for I Influence over the Macroenvironment
203
My Friend the Manager
204
Contra Those Famous Professors of That Dismal Science
207
Some Program Guides
212
Some Compelling Factors
227
Practical Limitations and Manipulative Potentials of Participation
228
Specific Structural Arrangements
231
A Sense of Partnership in and Responsibility for II Individual Responsibility and Organization Structure
253
Preliminary Rationale and Specific Requirements
254
Delegation and Decentralization
256
Meeting Organizational Problems Organizationally
265
Decentralization at Lower Levels
276
Some Costs
283
Denouement
286
Organization as a Moral Problem An Alternative to Pessimism
291
Some Dimensions and Difficulties
292
Orthodoxy and Reality
294
The Several Ethics as Motivators
302
A Set of Unorthodox Guiding Propositions
305
NAME INDEX
310
SUBJECT INDEX
314
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