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Title: Interdependency Within the Business Corporation: The Three Musketeers or a Prisoner's Dilemma?
Contributor(s): Aitken, Jeremy (author)
Publication Date: 2004
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Abstract: What are the opportunities for the maximum happiness, greatest satisfaction, and fulfilment of all in the business organisation? What quality of life can we have at work? I operate a training and management consultancy in Sydney, Australia. For twenty years, I havespecialised in helping my corporate clients develop the strategies, skills, and behaviours necessary for effective leadership, teamwork, sales-work, negotiation, customer-service, and public speaking.My participants come from many different countries and backgrounds, from all roles and responsibilities within the corporation, and from virtually every industry. Many of my client organisations are household names, both in Australia and beyond. Based on the experience of listening to many participants speaking about their working lives over the years, anecdotally I have to conclude that many people do not feel fully 'received' by the corporations for whom they work. l Instead, many complain of being badly led, under-utilised, demotivated, bored, and generally demoralised by aspects of life in the corporate world.
Publication Type: Journal Article
Source of Publication: Philosophy of Management (formerly Reason in Practice), 4(3), p. 57-70
Publisher: Reason in Practice Limited
Place of Publication: UK
ISSN: 1473-589X
Field of Research (FOR): 220399 Philosophy not elsewhere classified
Peer Reviewed: Yes
HERDC Category Description: C1 Refereed Article in a Scholarly Journal
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