Cynicism in organizations

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James DEAN

University of Cincinnati

Seminar Working breakfasts | Tuesday June 20, 1995

According to James Dean, cynicism begins to develop in organizations when emloyees feel disappointed by their management, and it can spread like a virus. Several attendees, who delved into their dictionaries before the session, were surprised that cynicism can be discussed such a manner. Perhaps the meaning of the term in American English is distanced frome its etymology, or American management methods count too much on the commitment of employees to the goals of the organization.

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