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And Willmott, H. (1996), Making Sense of Management: A Critical Introduction, Sage, London. Aristotle (350 BCE), English translation (1954): Aristotle, Rhetoric and Poetics, Introduction by Friedrich Solmsen, Rhetoric translated by W. Rhys Roberts, Poetics translated by Ingram Bywater, The Modern Library (Random House), New York, NY. Barry, D. and Elmes, M. (1997), “Strategy retold: toward a narrative view of strategic discourse”, Academy of Management Review, Vol. 22 No. 2, pp. 429-52. Boal, A.
Therefore, in the socio-economic approach, the potential of the workforce is not considered as a means of implementation of all strategic decision-making processes, but as a strategic element of the whole: human resources are essential. The socio-economic method is also socio-cognitive. Knowledge is co-created interactively. The participative character of the socio-economic interventionresearch process implies that the intervener-researcher is not just a simple observer, but is also associated with the operations of the company on all the levels, and is not kept out of meetings where essential information is communicated, and where the real decisions are made.
Socio-Economic Approach to Management : Journal of Organizational Change Management (Volume 16 Number 1 - 2003) by Henri Savall