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The 'personal' was once something to be put to one side in the work place: a 'professional manner' entailed the suppression of private life and feelings. Now many corporations encourage their employees to simply be themselves. This book critically investigates the increasing popularity of personal authenticity in corporate ideology and practice.…mehr

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The 'personal' was once something to be put to one side in the work place: a 'professional manner' entailed the suppression of private life and feelings. Now many corporations encourage their employees to simply be themselves. This book critically investigates the increasing popularity of personal authenticity in corporate ideology and practice.
Autorenporträt
Peter Fleming is Professor of Organization Theory at Queen Mary College, University of London. He has previously held posts at Melbourne University and Cambridge University. His research has focused on the changing nature of the corporate power relations and the types of resistance that challenge corporate domination. These ideas are summarised in the book co-authored with André Spicer Contesting the Corporation: Power, Resistance and Struggle in Organizations (2007, Cambridge University Press). He has also researched corporate corruption and published the book Charting Corporate Corruption: Agency, Structure and Escalation (2009, Edward Elgar).