|Statement||by Robert Eady.|
|LC Classifications||PR9199.3.E17 B56 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||85197416|
The Blame Business takes us on a fascinating journey through the landscape of blame, from ancient witch-hunts to today’s scapegoating and stigmatization, and from righteous anger to blame : Reaktion Books. The book The Blame Business: The Uses and Misuses of Accountability, Stephen Fineman is published by Reaktion Books. The Blame Business: The Uses and Misuses of Accountability, Fineman All Chicago e-books are on sale at 30% off with the code EBOOK The Blame Business is a fascinating journey through the landscape of blame, deepening our understanding of blame and how it shapes our lives. This book examines the roots of blame and its enduring manifestations today, from ancient witch-hunts to modern corporate whistleblowers. The blame business. [Robert Eady] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book: All Authors / Contributors: Robert Eady. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description.
✏The Blame Business Book Summary: Whenever anything goes wrong our first instinct is often to find someone to blame. Blame infuses our society in myriad ways, seeding rancor and revenge, dividing lovers, coworkers, communities, and nations. Yet blame, appropriately placed and managed, safeguards moral order and legal culpability. The Blame Business takes us on a fascinating journey through the landscape of blame, from ancient witch-hunts to today’s scapegoating and stigmatization, and from righteous anger to blame cultures. About the authors This book examines the language of public inquiries to reveal how blame is assigned, avoided, negotiated and discussed in this quasi-legal setting. The Blame Game by C. J. Cooke ~~~~~ From the moment I turned on my e-reader, I was totally absorbed in this book! I loved that it was written from the perspective of different characters who find out that maybe they didn't know each other as well as they first thought/5(30).
But according to Dattner, the blame game is serious business — actually causing many of the problems you face at work. “How you are credited and blamed — and how you as a leader deal with the dynamics of credit and blame around you – has enormous impact on the quality of your work and the success of the organization,” Dattner says. An interesting book about credit and blame, how we may tend to take more credit than is due and deflect blame from ourselves onto others. The authors go through why that is - nature, nurture, typecasting. This book particularly focuses on business situations but I found myself considering sending a copy to the House, Senate and White House!/5(19). The three cases show that responses to blame can backfire and that rituals, context, and sub-blame games can have an impact on how blame games together, the theories and cases explored in this book will help people to better understand and manage blame games. In life and in business, however, there is just one problem with blame – it doesn’t work! Motivational Keynote Speaker & Business Growth Expert, Meridith Elliott Powell, works with clients to help them instill ownership at every level to ensure profits at every turn.