Summary In the Interest of Others
Summary In the Interest of Others In the Interest of Others Free download ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook The ILWU and WWF to the Teamsters and the International Longshoremen's Association two American transport industry labor unions that actively discouraged the pursuit of political causes unrelated to their own economic interestsDrawing on a wealth of original data Ahluist and Levi show how activist organizations can profoundly transform the views of members about their political efficacy and the collective actions they are willing to contemplate They find that leaders who ask for support of projects without obvious material benef.
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Summary In the Interest of Others In the Interest of Others Free download ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Its must first demonstrate their ability to deliver the goods and services members expect These leaders must also build governance institutions that coordinate expectations about their objectives and the behavior of members In the Interest of Others reveals how activist labor unions expand the community of fate and provoke preferences that transcend the private interests of individual members Ahluist and Levi then extend this logic to other membership organizations including religious groups political parties and the state itself.John S. Ahlquist Ò 0 Download
Summary In the Interest of Others In the Interest of Others Free download ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook A groundbreaking study of labor unions that advances a new theory of organizational leadership and governance In the Interest of Others develops a new theory of organizational leadership and governance to explain why some organizations expand their scope of action in ways that do not benefit their members directly John Ahluist and Margaret Levi document eighty years of such activism by the International Longshore and Warehouse Union in the United States and the Waterside Workers Federation in Australia They systematically compare.
- In the Interest of Others
- John S. Ahlquist
- 18 May 2020