Managing Organizational Progress
作者: Stefan Litz
刊名: The International Journal of Critical Cultural Studies, 2014, Vol.11 (4), pp.29-41
来源数据库: Common Ground Research Networks
DOI: 10.18848/2327-0055/CGP/v11i04/43674
关键词: OrganizationProgressTalentPracticeHuman Resource Management
原始语种摘要: This article discusses Peter Sloterdijk’s (2013) philosophy of progress, highlighting its implication for managing organizational progress. Sloterdijk (2013) outlined that progress manifests itself as the improbable becomes the probable. It will be emphasized that ascetic, hard practice appears to be necessary in order to enable some individuals to achieve a level of mastery, where extraordinary creative individuals are able to transform the improbable into the probable. At the same time, it’s important to consider talent as a factor which increases the chance for individuals to demonstrate exceptional performance and creativity. In order to highlight both elements as important factors for managing organizational progress, this article will introduce a typology which combines both...
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  • progress 发展
  • improbable 不象会发生的
  • organizational 组织
  • managing 管理
  • typology 类型学
  • necessary 必要的
  • elements 初步
  • practice 实践
  • important 重要的
  • dimensions 面积