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Published on Apr 17, 2017
Does management deprive us of ourselves, Danièle Linhart Presentation: There are strong elements of continuity between classical Taylorism and current management, beyond the evolutions that accompany modernization. Taylorian philosophy, which is characterised by a permanent quest to reduce costs and deadlines, now requires each employee individually summoned to be the vigilant relay (this is lean management). The mode of domination, which still and always involves a denial and disqualification of knowledge, experience and professions, is currently legitimized through an over-humanizing care of employees by self-declared "happiness" and "benevolence" Human Resources Departments.
Danièle Linhart is Director of Research Emeritus at the CNRS and a member of the GTM team at the CRESPPA laboratory. As a sociologist, she works on transformations in work organization, managerial ideology and employee experience in both the private and public sectors. Among his books: Working without others? (Seuil, 2009); Loss of employment loss of self (with B. Rist and E. Durand, Erès, 2009); La modernisation des entreprises (La Découverte, 2010, 3rd edition).