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by Peter Docherty,Mari Kira,A.B. (Rami) Shani

  • Author: Peter Docherty,Mari Kira,A.B. (Rami) Shani
  • ISBN: 0415772710
  • ISBN13: 978-0415772716
  • ePub: 1358 kb | FB2: 1303 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Management & Leadership
  • Publisher: Routledge; 2 edition (December 10, 2008)
  • Pages: 328
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 400
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Creating Sustainable Work Systems: Developing Social Sustainability ePub download

Sustainability in work systems thus requires a multi-stakeholder approach, emphasising a value-based .

Sustainability in work systems thus requires a multi-stakeholder approach, emphasising a value-based choice to promote the concurrent development of various resources in the work system. This sustainability grows from intertwined individual and collective learning processes taking place within and between organizations in collaboration. В. In exploring the development of sustainable work systems, this book analyzes these problems, and provides the basis for designing and implementing 'sustainable work systems' based on the idea of regeneration and the development of human and social.

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Developing Social Sustainability. Rami) Shani In exploring the development of sustainable work systems, this book analyzes these problems, and provides the basis for designing. Sustainability in work systems thus requires a multi-stakeholder approach, emphasising a value-based choice to promote the concurrent development of various resources in the work system. In exploring the development of sustainable work systems, this book analyzes these problems, and provides the basis for designing and implementing 'sustainable work systems' based on the idea of regeneration and the development of human and social resources.

Sustainability refers to parallel development of ecological, economic, human, and social resources used i. .

When creating sustainable work systems in healthcare, models of human factors take into consideration goals of improving both well-being and human performance ( Carayon, 2006;Docherty et a. 2009;Holden, 2011). Sustainability refers to parallel development of ecological, economic, human, and social resources used in work processes ( Docherty et a. 2009).

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By Peter Docherty, Mari Kira, . Creating Sustainable Work Systems: Developing Social Sustainability. By Peter Docherty, Mari Kira, .

Peter Docherty, Jan Forslin, A. B. (Rami) Shani. Current trends reveal that increasing intensity at work has major consequences at individual, organizational and societal levels.

Sustainable Work Systems: Past, Present and Future of Social Sustainability (Peter Docherty). 1. What the World Needs Now is Sustainable Work Systems (Peter Docherty, Mari Kira and . Rami) Shani) 2. Organizational Visions of Sustainability (Keith Cox) 3. The Interface Journey to Sustainability: Identity Dynamics within Cultural Incrementalism (Mona Amodeo) 4. Sustainability in Knowledge-Based Companies (Peter Brodner) 5. Sustainability and the Ageing Workforce - Considerations with regard to the German Car Manufacturing Industry (Julia.

Peter Docherty, Mari Kira, . eBook Rental from £2. 0. Sustainability in Knowledge-Based Companies (Peter Brödner) 5. Sustainability and the Ageing Workforce – Considerations with regard to the German Car Manufacturing Industry (Julia.

Since the first edition of this book was published, the subject of sustainability has risen to the forefront of thinking in almost every subject within business and management. Tackling the latest developments and integrating practical perspectives with rigorous research, this new edition sheds light on a vital aspect of working life.

Current trends reveal that increasing intensity at work has major consequences at individual, organizational and societal levels. Sustainability in work systems thus requires a multi-stakeholder approach, emphasising a value-based choice to promote the concurrent development of various resources in the work system. This sustainability grows from intertwined individual and collective learning processes taking place within and between organizations in collaboration.

In exploring the development of sustainable work systems, this book analyzes these problems, and provides the basis for designing and implementing 'sustainable work systems' based on the idea of regeneration and the development of human and social resources. The authors, who are leading researchers and practitioners from around the world, consider the existing possibilities and emerging solutions and explore alternatives to intensive work systems.

Fearlesssinger
Although this was used in my entry level course, it is not a great book for explaining concepts to students. I'm actually a pretty great student and ok with looking up and memorizing terms and concepts I don't know, so I didn't have a huge problem with it, but it didn't explain things very well. Definitely not great for online courses with little instructor involvement, which is the kind of class I needed this book for. It's definitely more for those who are already familiar with college-level business concepts.
Vertokini
I hated reading this book. It was terribly written.
Querlaca
The book is not that bad. Some of the case studies are bland and repetitive, not worth reading.
There are four or five chapters that are very informative. The book is worth the buy on sale, if you can find it...
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