Monthly Archives: October 2016

movies for teaching orgs & work

Reblogged from orgtheory.net “A few days ago, Mark Suchman, chair of ASA’s OOW section, circulated a Google Doc with a call for people to add movies they use in class to illustrate work and organizational concepts to students. Orgtheory has had a … Continue reading

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A bundle of critique on capitalism

In case your critical OB-teaching involves being critical towards capitalism, this offer might be of interest: https://www.humblebundle.com/books/hacking-capitalism I bought them 😉

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Disturbing art against destructive working conditions: „Fashion Victims“ Street Art

„With explosive action and the strong emotional content of this Spanish artist Yolanda Dominguez reminds Madrid the death of 1,127 textile workers underpaid, which took place following the collapse of a building, Rana Palace in Dhaka, Bangladesh, in April. The … Continue reading

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