Some Aspects about the Relationship between Productivity and Work Humanization
It is widely recognized that job dissatisfaction leads to a protest movement, directed generally towards technology and management. Job dissatisfaction was and still is determined mostly by dehumanizing the nature of work; work should be as natural as any other human activity. Starting with these modern concepts regarding the work’s nature, our study is aimed to be a historic and thorough analysis of the causes leading to work dehumanization, and as well a study of the main factors which lead to work humanization, following a slightly comparative perspective regarding the Japanese and American management, emphasizing the main developments in both management philosophies.
Volume (Year): 1 (2008)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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