Globalization I: Postmodernity. Post-Industrialism and Consumer Society. Starting Questions . What do you know about Postmodernism? And postmodernity? Globalization? How are they inter-related? How are they related to postcolonialism? . Outline. Definitions and ConnectionsBy edie
Chapter 9-2 :Labor. Labor flexibility - more educated workers for a wide variety of tasks and functions. Some need cheap labor, other labor skills constitute the locational attraction and regional advantage. Hi-tech industries demand more skilled labor than unskilled, uneducated work force.By Jimmy
ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY. Industry – ch. 11 and Development Ch. 9. Econ Geog. Economic Geography: study of flow of goods and services across space Look at ways in which people provide for themselves across the globe Geographic patterns of inequality at different scalesBy twyla
HOW ARE WORK AND THE ECONOMY CHANGING?. WALT: Have a basic knowledge of the work industry in the past and how it is changing today. WILF: Consideration of the facts when considering goals for the future. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ILQrUrEWe8&feature=related. WORK IN THE LAST 100 YEARS.By odele
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Fordism and Post- Fordism. what we are interested in as sociologists. What are the consequences of economic, political and cultural change for modes of human connection: for interaction , communication, community-formation, identity and so on?
Changing Patterns of Work: post- Fordism ? . Fordism as work . Consolidated, larger firms Elimination of independent suppliers (average size of US firms went from 6 to 84 employees 1881 to 1929) Moving assembly line De-skilling Mass production Abstract labour (Marx). 1881-1929.
Today’s Lecture: Lean Production & Post-Fordism. Lean Production & Post-Fordism. In Previous Weeks… From Fordism to Post-Fordism Reshaping Capitalism to do business in the Global Age Declining Security/ Growing Inequality. Lean Production & Post-Fordism.
De-Statusing Leadership: from Fordism to flexible production to networks. Deane Neubauer Professor Emeritus, University of Hawaii, Manoa Senior Advisor, East West Center. The industrial model of leadership--Fordism. Top-down decision making Rigid roles Assembly line production