Socio-Economic Approach to Management : Journal of by Henri Savall
By Henri Savall
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Extra info for Socio-Economic Approach to Management : Journal of Organizational Change Management (Volume 16 Number 1 - 2003)
In the field of management change and organizational development, research related to our interventions facilitates an in-depth observation of the situations analyzed. The creation and the clarification of observation methods concerning the conducted actions and the roles played within the organization, constitute a fundamental point for the quality of the researches of our team. We realized, for example, that the existing accounting methods are incapable of measuring and comparing the economic performance of the various models of work organization tested within the companies.
And Epston, D. W. Norton & Company, New York, NY. htm An updated presentation of the socio-economic management model Socio-economic management model 33 Henri Savall ISEOR and University of Lyon, Lyon, France Received May 2002 Revised June 2002 Accepted 10 July 2002 Keywords Social economics, Management, Change management, Performance, Costs, Decision making Abstract This article presents the socio-economic model founded and developed by the author since 1973. It focuses on the fundamental hypothesis of the socio-economic approach to management (SEAM) and demonstrates how the model is a system- wide approach to change management.
One can talk about standard postmodernism in this same way, refusing to categorize it as dictionaries do. Our perspective is the optimistic branch of postmodernism, and adopts the perfectly timeless position of eclecticism. In essence, Savall began by following the precepts of one of the first, if not the first postmodernist in human history, Potamon of Alexandria, at the beginning of the second century BC. He recommends borrowing, from various philosophies, the doctrines that appear to be the best; however, without trying to make them reconcilable or to solve contradictions.