Fri, 2 May 2014
During the glory of industrialism, from 1945 to 1965, our physical standard of living shot up. But during that that period, we also turned human beings into human "doings" and that entire generation was sadly labeled the silent generation, who were taught to act at work like children; to shut up; don't make waves and go out quietly.
Our guest today, Chuck Blakeman author of "Why Employees Are Always a Bad Idea" confronts the seven core business diseases of the industrial age that were developed for the factory system. According to Blakeman, those management practices will not serve us anymore.
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Direct download: Money_Matters_Episode_49.mp3
Category:Corporate Social Responsibility -- posted at: 1:31pm PDT