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Remaking the Real EconomyEscaping Destruction by Organised Money$
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Gordon Pearson

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9781447356585

Published to Policy Press Scholarship Online: May 2021

DOI: 10.1332/policypress/9781447356585.001.0001

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Practitioner notes on real organisational systems

Practitioner notes on real organisational systems

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(p.165) Practitioner notes on real organisational systems
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Remaking the Real Economy
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Gordon Pearson

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Policy Press
DOI:10.1332/policypress/9781447356585.003.0010

These Notes start and end with acknowledgement of the reality of human interdependence. They relate to practitioner experience in the real economy in manufacturing, retail and distribution, and in academia, as well as practitioner experience of the financial economy, both as recipient of predatory activity and as a customer for financial “expertise” re acquisition and merger activity. Real economy roles include training, general management, strategic management and planning, human resource management, finance and accounting with responsibilities for merger and acquisition activity and business school teaching in the areas of strategic management and business ethics. Practitioner Notes provide the basis of the knowledge and understanding of how such real economy organisational systems work, whether private for-profit or public sector, and therefore how they might most effectively be coordinated and focused to contribute to progression without destruction.

Keywords:   Human interdependence, Asset stripping, Money, Management, Business ethics

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