Refounding Corporate Governance: The Metaphysics of Corporate Leadership

Decision-Making in Capitalist Society

Author(s): Bruce Cutting and Alexander Kouzmin

Pp: 73-82 (10)

DOI: 10.2174/978160805247911101010073

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The trends in decision making in the modern capitalist society are discussed to analyse the evolving nature of organizational learning. The question of whether capitalism is in ascendancy or decline is discussed in terms of the observed movement between the economic, social and political spheres of society. Finally, the chapter discusses the nature of learning by both groups and individuals in the age of politicism, concluding that the higher educational sector has an even more important role to assist the organization and its managers in new ways of operating and learning.

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