In the Shadow of Organization Robert B. Denhardt

ISBN: 9780700604517

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168 pages


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In the Shadow of Organization  by  Robert B. Denhardt

In the Shadow of Organization by Robert B. Denhardt
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This book deals with the dilemma of individual autonomy in an organizational society. It argues that the organizations that we established to work for us have instead imprisoned us. Drawing upon critical social theorists like Habermas, depthMoreThis book deals with the dilemma of individual autonomy in an organizational society. It argues that the organizations that we established to work for us have instead imprisoned us.

Drawing upon critical social theorists like Habermas, depth psychologists like Jung, and phenomenologists like Husserl, author Robert B. Denhardt shows how the ethic of organization inhibits the individuals search for meaning and then discusses strategies for enhancing the individuals role.

He champions independence, expressiveness, and creativity over discipline, regulation, and obedience. To this first paperback edition, Denhardt has added a new introduction that focuses on leaderships key role in humanizing organizations, as well as a bibliographical update.



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