By Mihaela Kelemen, Monika Kostera
Featuring a wealth of latest ethnographic and interview-based research,Critical administration study in jap Europe argues that the reform method in valuable and jap Europe has been ruled by way of the normal 'Western' view of administration perform. even if, this method overlooks the truth that convinced managerial and organizational practices constructed in significant and japanese Europe should still be applicable and certainly potent inside this actual environment. The booklet brings jointly authors from either East and West Europe to judge how the 2 structures can top be harmonized.
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Then Gdansk became fourth place. Two dimensions are addressed in this quote: on the one hand the linguistic representation of the geographic space, which I would like to call locational rhetoric, and on the other hand the method of decision-making based on ﬁgures and geographic knowledge. Rhetoric of the location When bankers speak or write about the geographic expansion of their operative units, they use military imagery. They speak of ‘bases’, ‘target areas’ and ‘target clients’ as if they wanted to conquer or occupy an area.
As in political journalism (‘London’), the names of cities like ‘Gdansk’ or ‘Katowice’ (see quote above) do not only refer to the city itself, rather they always refer to the entire region. For a bank, to be in ‘Warsaw’ does not only mean its presence in a city or a district, but rather its presence in a region. This spatial perspective is linked to the structure of the business: a commercial bank has a different relationship to the spatial distribution of corporate clients than does a savings bank to private customers in a district.
There is nevertheless a certain amount of variation regarding decision-making: one bank decides for Gdansk and against Szczecin, the other for Krakow and against Katowice and Lodz. These different decisions do not call the matrix into question, rather they are an example of the fact that relatively similar pieces of information (can) lead to different decisions at a local level. The division of a country into city regions has the advantage that these can be combined with or disassociated from one another.
Critical Management Research in Eastern Europe: Managing the Transition by Mihaela Kelemen, Monika Kostera