4 edition of Democracy in the work place found in the catalog.
Democracy in the work place
|Statement||edited by Russell D. Lansbury.|
|Contributions||Lansbury, Russell D.|
|LC Classifications||HD5650 .D46, HD5650 D44|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 259 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||259|
Lay persons, undergraduate students, and psychologists and political scientists would all find the book a useful and informative study of democracy. —PsycCRITIQUES Exceptionally informed and informative, impressively thoughtful and thought-provoking, The Psychology of Democracy is an outstanding work of accessible : The basic premise of democracy, that the collective wisdom of a number of people can be employed to arrive at a reasonable decision, has been shown to work as well. In a book, author James Surowiecki describes a search for missing submarine that went down in
The only place in the world where employers (despite their relentless drive for greater profits) must reconcile their interests with that of the employees (and where workplace democracy actually exists to attain benefits and rights) is Western Europe and Scandinavia. A runner at sunrise in Washington, D.C., Decem (Tom Brenner/Reuters) Overdoing Democracy: Why We Must Put Politics in Its Place, by Robert B. Author: Oliver Traldi.
As evidence that open democracy can work in larger, more culturally diverse societies, Landemore points to France’s Great National Debate—a vast undertaking involving a Author: Nathan Heller. Workplace democracy is the application of democracy in various forms (examples include voting systems, debates, democratic structuring, due process, adversarial process, systems of appeal) to the workplace.. Workplace democracy is implemented in a variety of ways, dependent on the size, culture, and other variables of an organization.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Democracy in the work place. Melbourne: Longman Cheshire, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: Democracy in the work place book Authors / Contributors. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wilson, Harold B.
Democracy and the work place. Montréal: Black Rose Books, (OCoLC) Document Type. Workplace democracy has been a big field of study in areas such as industrial and organisational psychology and management science.
Part of the workplace democracy movement grew out of ideas in the s that top-down decision-making by a select few led to unengaged employees and potentially biased decisions being made. Democracy at Work produces media and live events to expose capitalism’s systemic problems and to show how democratizing our workplaces solves them.
Workplace democracy means allowing employees to have a strong voice in the direction and decisions within your organization. It has become increasingly popular in the early 21st century as businesses have encouraged participative management and emphasized employees as major assets.
Despite its prevalence, workplace. Democracy at Work: A Cure for Capitalism This is a small book which contains what he says in the U-tube video. Frankly, I like the video better than the book.
However, it is useful to have the book. The book gives you references and links to other works and websites that you cannot pick up from the by: “The Soviet Union I left behind was a dictatorship but the workplace was a democracy; America may be free but the workplace is a dictatorship” said Len Erlikh after I hired him at First Boston.
Democracy in America was published in two volumes, the first in and the other in It was immediately popular in both Europe and the United States, while also having a profound impact on the French population.
By the twentieth century, it had become a classic work of political science, social science, and history. It is a commonly Author: Alexis de Tocqueville. Democracy at Work is a crystal clear articulation of the economic theories and proposals Wolff has been championing for decades.
If you do happen to listen Wolff, be it on youtube, democracynow, his blog, or his radio program, there isn't much 'new' material Over the past several years Richard Wolff has gone from being a well published academic 4/5.
James Miller's Can Democracy Work. is a coming-of-age story for a generation of Americans whose ideals of social, economic, and political progress foundered on the rocks of brute capitalist power.7/ Why Workplace Democracy Can Be Good Business More Think democracy and what comes to mind is an image of people lining up at.
Inclusive democracy is a political theory and political project that aims for direct democracy in all fields of social life: political democracy in the form of face-to-face assemblies which are confederated, economic democracy in a stateless, moneyless and marketless economy, democracy in the social realm, i.e.
self-management in places of work. The achievement of democracy presupposes a genuine part nership between men and women in the conduct of the affairs of society in which they work in equality and complementarity, draw ing mutual enrichment from their differences. A state of File Size: KB.
Books shelved as democracy: How Democracies Die: What History Reveals About Our Future by Steven Levitsky, Democracy in America by Alexis de Tocqueville. Democracy at Work is subtitled A Cure for Capitalism and does indeed advocate a concrete alternative to capitalist business structures.
But this is only the last third of the book (and in some ways the least useful, as I'll discuss in a moment). Can Democracy Work. A Short History of a Radical Idea, from Ancient Athens to Our World by James Miller is a history of democracy in its various forms throughout history.
Miller Miller is an American writer and academic/5(10). The workplace will never be a democracy People in IT keep saying that they want democracy at work.
But when you probe that idea, it completely falls : Paul Glen. We can do better than capitalism. Democracy at Work is a non-profit (c)3 that produces media and live events. Based on the book Democracy at Work: A Cure for Capitalism by Richard D.
Wolff, our work analyzes capitalism critically as a systemic problem and advocates for democratizing workplaces as part of a systemic solution. We seek a stronger, fuller democracy. implemented readily by businesses. The book also delves into and contributes to new debates about contemporary employee relations.
Its themes are: a) An introduction to the new industrial landscape, the debates about employee democracy and partnership at work, and a consideration of their significance.
VANDANA SHIVA: Which is the tragedy these days, that the 1 percent money machine has become so powerful that it actually controls the political machine in a. Visit to learn more and RSVP. Episode Credits This episode was recorded on Ma It was engineered by Jenna Spinelle, edited by Jen Bortz, and reviewed by Emily Reddy.Workplace democracy is generally understood as the application of democratic practices, such as voting, debate and participatory decision-making systems, to the workplace.
There are many ways to do this, some much more ambitious than others. At one extreme lie small firms and non-profits that have embraced pure, direct democracy.
This is unwieldy in any but the smallest firms. How did it come to this? In Can Democracy Work? James Miller, the author of the classic history of s protest Democracy Is in the Streets, offers a lively, surprising, and urgent history of the democratic idea from its first stirrings to the present.
As he shows, democracy has always been rife with inner tensions.