Empowerment in Organizations: Volume 2 Issue 2


Table of contents

Employeeship: The Necessary Prerequisite for Empowerment: The Success or Failure of an Organization Is Not (only) the Manager′s Responsibility

Claus Møller

Observes that, traditionally, the problems and opportunities of anorganization are seen through the eyes of a manager, and that whereasmanagement literature is rich in…


The Disempowering Logic of Empowerment

David Collins

Analyses the current focus on empowerment by tracing the changingcontours of involvement and participation, both in organizations and incontemporary debate. Based on the…


Empowerment through Employee Involvement and Participation: Ford′s Development and Training Programs

D. Keith Denton

Describes how Ford and its union, the United Auto Workers, have jointlycreated an effective training program that emphasizes changing Ford′scorporate culture. The…


Employee Participation and Empowerment Programs: Problems of Definition and Implementation

Carl A. Rodrigues

Describes how employee participation and empowerment programs (EPEPs)– the involvement of workers and groups in the decision‐making processand the empowerment of employees…




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1993 – 1998

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Emerald Publishing Limited