Drucker, P: The New Society

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Introduction Preface Part 1: The Industrial Enterprise 1.The New Social Order 2. The Enterprise in Modern Society 3.The Anatomy of Enterprise 4.The Law of Avoiding Loss 5. The Law of Higher Output 6.Profitability and Performance Part 2: The Problems of Industrial Order: The Economic Conflicts 7.The Real Issue in the Wage Conflict 8.The Worker's Resistance to Higher Output 9.The Hostility to Profit Part 3: The Problems of Industrial Order: Management and Union 10.Can Management Be a Legitimate Government? 11.Can Unionism Survive? 12.Union Needs and the Common Weal 13.The Union Leader's Dilemma 14.The Split Allegiance Within the Enterprise Part 4: The Problems of Industrial Order: The Plant Community 15.The Individual's Demand for Status and Function 16.The Demand for the Managerial Attitude 17.Men at Work 18.Is There Really a Lack of Opportunity? 19. The Communications Gap 20.Slot-Machine Man and Depression Shock Part 5: The Problems of Industrial Order: The Management Function 21.The Threefold Job of Management 22.Why Managements Don't Do Their Job 23.Where Will Tomorrow's Managers Come From? 24.Is Bigness a Bar to Good Management? Part 6: The Principles of Industrial Order: Exit the Proletarian 25. Labor as a Capital Resource 26.Predictable Income and Employment 27. The Worker's Stake in Profit 28.The Threat of Unemployment Part 7: The Principles of Industrial Order: The Federal Organization of Management 29. "The Proper Study of Mankind Is Organization" 30. Decentralization and Federalism 31.Is a Competitive Market Necessary to Management? Part 8: The Principles of Industrial Order: The Self-Governing Plant Community 32. Community Government and Business Management 33. "Management Must Manage" 34. The Worker and His Plant Government 35. Plant Self-Government and the Union Part 9: The Principles of Industrial Order: The Labor Union as a Citizen 36.A Rational Wage Policy 37. How Much Union Control Over the Citizen? 38. When Strikes Become Unbearable Conclusion: A Free Industrial Society Epilogue

Drucker, P: The New Society

The Anatomy of Industrial Order

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Erscheinungsdatum

30.01.1993

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Taylor and Francis

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380

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22.6/15.4/2.5 cm

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Taschenbuch

Erscheinungsdatum

30.01.1993

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Taylor and Francis

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380

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22.6/15.4/2.5 cm

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700 g

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2. Auflage

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Englisch

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978-1-56000-624-4

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  • Drucker, P: The New Society
  • Introduction Preface Part 1: The Industrial Enterprise 1.The New Social Order 2. The Enterprise in Modern Society 3.The Anatomy of Enterprise 4.The Law of Avoiding Loss 5. The Law of Higher Output 6.Profitability and Performance Part 2: The Problems of Industrial Order: The Economic Conflicts 7.The Real Issue in the Wage Conflict 8.The Worker's Resistance to Higher Output 9.The Hostility to Profit Part 3: The Problems of Industrial Order: Management and Union 10.Can Management Be a Legitimate Government? 11.Can Unionism Survive? 12.Union Needs and the Common Weal 13.The Union Leader's Dilemma 14.The Split Allegiance Within the Enterprise Part 4: The Problems of Industrial Order: The Plant Community 15.The Individual's Demand for Status and Function 16.The Demand for the Managerial Attitude 17.Men at Work 18.Is There Really a Lack of Opportunity? 19. The Communications Gap 20.Slot-Machine Man and Depression Shock Part 5: The Problems of Industrial Order: The Management Function 21.The Threefold Job of Management 22.Why Managements Don't Do Their Job 23.Where Will Tomorrow's Managers Come From? 24.Is Bigness a Bar to Good Management? Part 6: The Principles of Industrial Order: Exit the Proletarian 25. Labor as a Capital Resource 26.Predictable Income and Employment 27. The Worker's Stake in Profit 28.The Threat of Unemployment Part 7: The Principles of Industrial Order: The Federal Organization of Management 29. "The Proper Study of Mankind Is Organization" 30. Decentralization and Federalism 31.Is a Competitive Market Necessary to Management? Part 8: The Principles of Industrial Order: The Self-Governing Plant Community 32. Community Government and Business Management 33. "Management Must Manage" 34. The Worker and His Plant Government 35. Plant Self-Government and the Union Part 9: The Principles of Industrial Order: The Labor Union as a Citizen 36.A Rational Wage Policy 37. How Much Union Control Over the Citizen? 38. When Strikes Become Unbearable Conclusion: A Free Industrial Society Epilogue