Empowerment in Organizations: Volume 1 Issue 1

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EMPOWERING MANAGEMENT IN INNOVATIVE ORGANIZATIONS IN THE 1990s: PART 1

Robert E. Ripley, Marie J. Ripley

Quality empowering management is to the future of renewed worldwidecompetitiveness what quality control, participative managementprogrammes and zero defects were to…

EMPOWERMENT FOR BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT: TACTICS FOR SUCCESS IN MID‐TIER ACCOUNTANCY FIRMS

Linda Marsh

Briefly outlines the development of empowerment and whatorganizations typically hope to gain from empowering their workforce.Goes on to discuss the main reasons why these…

A MANAGEMENT SYNOPSIS OF EMPOWERMENT

Mike van Oudtshoorn, Laurie Thomas

Investigates “empowerment” and its relevance tomanagement and organizations. Discusses in detail the advantages anddisadvantages of empowerment and disempowerment…

EMPOWERMENT: THE US EXPERIENCE

Tom Barry

Examines empowerment from both a US and European view. Puts forwardthe theory that only by encouraging employees to accept responsibilityfor their own job, from a…

EMPOWERMENT IN A GLOBAL ECONOMY

Pamela R. Johnson

Discusses the economic and psychological reasons for the topic ofempowerment in the business world. Posits the theory, with strongexamples, that because the “mind” is…

ISSN:

0968-4891

Online date, start – end:

1993 – 1998

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited