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Chapter 3

Notes on Mazes Reading Chapter 3

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Sociology
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SOC101Y1
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Notes on Moral Mazes Chapter 3 The Main Chance - Corporations rely on schools to carry out competence hurdles - The more promising a young manager the more probations he must go through - Management positions are ordered and managers assigned a grade which represents their position on the order - It is necessary to have other higher ranking managers recognize and see ones accomplishments. - It is also necessary to distance oneself from mistakes and blunders - Management entails dependence on others. - Striving for success is the moral imperative of the united states - Not everyone has the burning desire to keep on assending - Some managers settle into niches where they are free of the egoism of the upper most echelons. - A good corporation also needs people who will do the work day in and day out and not need higher status or title changes. - Managers who are happy will publicly say they are willing to be flexible and mobile - Public perception is very important to managers. - Corporate bureaucracies do not only control ones work but their public appearance and attitudes as well what is described in the reading as ones
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