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“The New American Workplace, Transforming Work Systems in the United States”: A Review of the Book by Applebaum and Batt
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A 6 page overview of the content and ideology presented in this extensive book about workplace evolution. These authors condense the findings of over two-hundred studies of the numerous changes which have occurred in the American workplace since the early years of our industrial history and identify common lessons which are available in these case studies. No additional sources are listed.
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“Three Strikes”: A Review of the Early History of Labor Unrest
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A 5 page analysis of the circumstances and meanings presented in the book by Howard Zinn, Dana Frank, and Robin Kelley. Broken into three major sections, each authored by either Zinn, Frank, or Kelley, this book details the bloody Colorado Coal Strike of 1913-1914, the Detroit Woolworth's Strike of 1937, and the New York Musicians Strike of 1936-1937. Although only the Detroit Woolworth Strike was won, these labor strikes will forever memorialize internal labor movement relations of the early half of the twentieth century. The author of this paper contends that the progress made in these strikes are directly applicable to the contemporary working environment as well. No additional sources are listed.
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“Working Class Majority” and “Nickel and Dimed”
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A comparison of the content and message contained in these books by Michael Zweig and Barbara Ehrenreich. Each of these authors targets the latter half of the 1990s to present an expose of a societal situation which they find unacceptable. Both are concerned with the definition of class in America and the societal factors which interact to define the respective classes. While Zweig approaches the problems of class in America from a statistical perspective Ehrenreich takes a slightly different approach, shedding her identity as an award-winning journalist and infiltrating blue collar America as an unskilled worker. No additional sources are listed.
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"12 Angry Men" - Group/Team Dynamics
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7 pages in length. The premise of 12 Angry Men shows how human (mis)perception, ego, prejudice and close-mindedness holds a wide variance of potential harm. Brought together to deliberate the fate of an accused murderer, the jury learns a lot about their own shortcomings - and eventual enlightenment - throughout the process of reaching a verdict. The 1957 film was instrumental in demonstrating how a group of opinionated, angry men who refuse to believe there is any other viewpoint but their own can be damaging to a just outcome; only when they are guided by the collective components of group dynamics do they finally realize the danger of assuming everything is as it seems at face value and why analyzing situations beyond the obvious facts carries a tremendous weight in reaching the right conclusion. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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"Leading With the Heart": A Review of the Book by Mike Krzyzewski
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Six-time heralded as National Coach of the Year, Duke University's basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski is one of the most successful coaches in history. Kyzyzewski is more than a coach, however, his talents with sports figures have been successfully turned to many other arenas of life as well one of which is "Leading With the Heart: Coach K's Successful Strategies for Basketball, Business, and Life". This book is an insight into the many philosophies which Coach K has gained over the years regarding the importance of leadership, overcoming life's adversities, individual instinct, and individual and organizational responsibility. Critical to this process is are five fundamental qualities: communication, trust, collective responsibility, caring, and pride; qualities which "Leading With the Heart" illuminates as do few other motivational books. No additional sources are listed.
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"Making the Fit" -- Employee Recruitment at Nike
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This 10 page report discusses Nike, Inc. and the considerations that must be made in terms of forming a recruitment strategy. Nike, the goddess of victory, is also the goddess of athletic shoes. That has resulted in a certain attitude at Nike in terms of its corporate functions ranging from research and development to marketing to retail operations and much more. Clearly, all of that also hinges on the company's recruitment and human resource strategies that do everything to assure that "our kind of people" go to work at Nike. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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