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From efficiency to effectiveness :a new management model of social inclusion

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posted on 2009-01-01, 00:00 authored by Yuka Fujimoto, A Gartrell
This paper challenges the tendency in the contemporary management literature to conceptualize management within a micro-framework that focuses on short-term efficiency and privatized economic gain. Based on a literature review of social-relation theories, we propose a new management model of social inclusion for general management across contexts with a particular concern for profit-for organizations. The model conceptualizes management within a systemic societal framework where its effectiveness is demonstrated for society, organizations, groups and individuals.  We suggest that management based on the collectivistic values of shared humanity and social inclusion (not only organization) is expected to reduce management-led systematic marginalization in the workplace and social whole. For the purpose of this paper, we define management as “mutually interdependent activities that add value to individuals’, groups’, organizations’ and societal wellbeing by ensuring social inclusion at each of these dimensions.” We term this management process ‘Management Process of Social Inclusion’ as it extends management perspectives to not only organizational effectiveness but societal effectiveness. The paper concludes by proposing several propositions and implications for future research.

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Journal

Problems and perspectives in management

Volume

7

Issue

1

Pagination

99 - 107

Publisher

Sumy State University

Location

Sumy, Ukraine

ISSN

1727-7051

eISSN

1810-5467

Language

eng

Publication classification

C1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal

Copyright notice

2009, Yuka Fujimoto, Alexandra Gartrell

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