antimanagement

antimanagement

(ˌæntɪˈmænɪdʒmənt)
adj
relating to a theory of organization opposed to management
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There's going to be more to ensuring the club's emotional health than simply getting rid of Sheffield, whose antimanagement outbursts rang in teammates' heads.
358) Because the aura of union-management adversarialism pervades the debate about safety committees in the usual manufacturing plant,(359) it would be difficult to implement a system for establishing committees that were seen neither as antimanagement nor antiunion.
In contrast, the nonunionized, female machinists in the StitchCo factories were not antimanagement in a putatively class-conscious way.
He is author of six books, including American AntiManagement Theories of Organization: A Critique of Paradigm Proliferation, and For Positivist Organization Theory: Proving the Hard Core.
Entrepreneurship reconsidered: the antimanagement bias", Harvard Business Review, Vol.
who becomes so engrossed in union and antimanagement activities that he neglects his job responsibilities.
Roger Kaplan, "Entrepreneurship Reconsidered: The Antimanagement Bias," Harvard Business Review, MayJune 1987, pp.
The militantly antimanagement labor movement, the Industrial Workers of the World, had helped initiate the strike, but support for its radical program waned swiftly in the wake of the conciliatory attitude that Ching had persuaded management to adopt.
The effects of this nascent social movement were realized both in opposition to management proposals that increased management's power at the expense of owners (Brickley, Lease, and Smith, 1988) and in support for antimanagement proposals.