The Paradox of Empowerment

Book Review: The Paradox of Empowerment

The Paradox of Empowerment by Ronald F. Wendt is a thought-provoking book that delves into the complexities of empowerment in the workplace. With his extensive research and insightful analysis, Wendt provides a fresh perspective on how companies can effectively empower their employees without compromising their bottom line.

The book has an easy-to-follow structure, making it accessible to readers from various backgrounds. It begins by defining what empowerment means and why it is necessary for companies to embrace it. From there, Wend

The Paradox of Empowerment

publishedDate : 2001

authors : Ronald F. Wendt

publishers : Praeger

pageCount : 192

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“Ron Wendt has written a very smart, entirely engaging, and at many turns, surprising and creative account of the subtle but pervasive power of communication double binds within the contexts of supposed empowerment’ in everyday organizational life.

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