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By Dr. Dave Arnott
This eye-opening textual content goals to alter the best way humans examine their businesses and at themselves. It files the manipulative, cult-like strategies that firms use to get staff to relinquish expanding quantities of time and effort, in addition to the explanations that folks themselves to develop into "enculted". It bargains candid recommendation on the right way to become independent from of the all-consuming corporation and re-build a fit inner most lifestyles.
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198 Personality 198 Just Bad Timing 202 Conflict in Corporate Cults 210 Chapter 12 How to Avoid a Corporate Cult Next Time 213 Write Your Own Definition of Success 213 Controlling the Urge to Merge 216 Professors and the Cognitive Elite 220 Comfort Zones 224 There Is More to Career Preparation Than Education 228 Index 231 Page ix Preface There is a movement among organizations to extract higher levels of commitment by treating employees as members of the family. This book warns employees about this dangerous trend, which promotes a hazardous blending of work, family, and community.
Yesand no. They are X. While the values of previous generations were driven together by peer pressure to conform, the values of Generation X have been pulled apart by the lack of a significant environmental effect. The effect that has taken placecomputershas pulled this generation further apart. The widening of the value dispersion in each successive generation is borne out in Rocking the Ages. The authors spend twenty pages explaining their version of the World War II generation, twenty-seven explaining Baby Boomers, and thirty-three trying to explain Generation X.
However, the data indicating that they have chosen work over home and community put them in the category of very cultable. They don't need family and community when they can find both at work, at a corporate cult. Generation Y The next cohort has been uncreatively dubbed Generation Y. There are 57 million kids in America under age 15, so demographers have decided it's time to carve out another generation. It's too early to know much about this generation yet, but if we had to guessand if you lead an organization, you do have to guessit's easy to predict that the values of Generation Y are going to be more widely dispersed than those of Generation X.