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S for world betterment and social evolution Through analysis based on decades of hands on work and academic research the author offers a blue print for how the ninety nine percent can come together t

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O address common needs build alliances and spread the values of authentic democracy during an era where the seemly all powerful few dominate the nations of the world and demand austerity for the many

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Organizational Culture for Successful Democracy is a manifesto for the grassroots of civil society The groundbreaking research presented reveals how small organizations can become powerful instrument

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  1. says:

    The star rating reflects how suitable this book is for a general reader not the content Drawing our attention first to micro cultures causing changes in the networks surrounding them the author provides examples of how domination of worldwide affairs by giant corporations and banks can has and will cause disadvantages to many societies ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE FOR SUCCESSFUL DEMOCRACY is written with the aid of a list of persons with PhDs If you're willing to concentrate and skip intricately technical references however I find that even a non specialist can pick up the sense of the arguments If you follow the news and wonder why a bank is allowed to bankrupt entire nations or why a company that develops seeds for crops which don't produce viable seeds for next year can flourish this book explores such themes Clearly it is due to modern production and distribution methods that we have goods computers and electricity in our homes Wealth unfortunately is hoarded and sueezed by big firms so that expensive medicines are not available to all who need them for example Factories created dense population centres and drew workers to poorly paid jobs Unions developed to support these workers and human resource management now balances the system With a middle class arising organisations started to develop a happier worker who did a better job As manufacturing shifted to the cheaper Far East and technology reduced the overall number of workers reuired unemployment and easy credit set the scene for economic disaster The goals of industry are still the achievement of profits and the control of markets consumers and workers' behavior Drawing on Dawkins' 'selfish gene' and meme theories we can see that a successful type of person reproduces itself and its behaviour or culture This may be a co operative type or a selfish one The few have dominated the many in the past Societies collapsed due to over exploiting their environment or waging war and did not value individuals allowing mass starvation This has applied as much to Communist states as Fascist ones We still see immediate greed overpower common sense for the longer term outcome Possibly says the author genetic manipulation to produce children who grow into useful docile servile workers is on its wayThe not for profit sector which includes NGOs and charities is the recommendation for a better organisational system Nonprofits invite suggestions from workers rather than restricting their input Their flexible approaches mean they can do with less funding than can government bodies Information sharing and collaboration works well within and between such organisations Their progress may be limited by funding issues and a lack of understanding of legal and government contractual issues Leadership ethics and communication are all important Social legitimacy means that we all abhor a charity director earning a vast salary when money is not going to aid those in need Social networking and pressure is now easier than ever before so individuals can act in concert and bring about change Research case studies and theories are cited continually; this means the book is not the easiest read unless you are studying economics management or sociology The average person wishing to sit on a board would find this useful but might not be willing to plough though the dense content I believe a student would find ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE FOR SUCCESSFUL DEMOCRACY useful when producing an analysis for class

  2. says:

    I reviewed this book for NetGalleyAn interesting political book on democracy especially non profits It was educational though not my usual cup of tea This is a good book for students of politics and others with similar interestsExcellent and well researched scholarly book

  3. says:

    A VERY in depth look at the players involved in a democratic state By examining research and theories from fellow

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