La morfina, L'umanita'e me: esperienze dal padiglione 8

Sharon C. Bolton, S. Fineman (Editor)

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    Abstract

    The novelty of the text is to propose an updated summary of studies on the relationship between emotions and power. The central idea is that, within organisations, emotions are represented in favor of an audience - leaders, collaborators, colleagues, customers, competitors - which in turn tends to influence, impress and frighten. Through a series of case studies a display of joy, fear, boredom, anxiety, embarrassment is used to support or, conversely, to destabilize the power and therefore the order of organisation.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationLe Emozioni Nell' Organizzazione
    Place of PublicationMilano
    Number of pages334
    Publication statusPublished - 2009

    Keywords

    • emotions
    • power
    • business management

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