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Re-Thinking the Future of Work

Directions and Visions

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 360
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Management, Work and Organisations

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15 March 2007

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28 February 2007

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How will work be organised in the future? With its global perspective and critical approach, Re-Thinking the Future of Work provides not only an overview and examination of the array of competing visions, but also a radical...

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How will work be organised in the future? With its global perspective and critical approach, Re-Thinking the Future of Work provides not only an overview and examination of the array of competing visions, but also a radical rethink about the direction of change.

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Discusses the main debates and brings together the key perspectives in one book
Global in scope, covering developed and less developed economies and containing international research and examples
Strong theoretical underpinning balanced by a range of case studies and examples drawn from around the world

Introduction: rethinking the future of work
PART 1: DOMINANT PERSPECTIVES ON THE DIRECTION OF WORK
The dominant narratives
The demise of the informal economy and growth of the formal economy
The all-pervasive penetration of the market
The advent of a globalized world
PART 2: FUTURES FOR EMPLOYMENT
The rise of the information/knowledge society
New forms of flexible work organization
Post-bureaurcratic management
Non-capitalist futures for employment
PART 3: VISIONS OF THE FUTURE OF WORK
Third way visions of work organization
Organizing work in a post-employment world
Work Organization in a post-capitalist world
Green visions of work organization
Conclusions: futures for work
References
Index.

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COLIN C. WILLIAMS is Professor of Strategic Management in the School of Management at the University of Sheffield, UK.

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COLIN C. WILLIAMS is Professor of Strategic Management in the School of Management at the University of Sheffield, UK.

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