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Vaisey, S. (2006).  Education and its Discontents: Overqualification in America, 1972-2002. Social Forces. 85(2), 835 - 864. Abstract
"In fact, in the case of hard work ideology, the overeducation effect is actually increasing in strength. That is, overqualified workers are increasingly likely to disavow the "American Dream" of success through hard work alone."
Collins, J., & Porras J. I. (1994).  Built to Last: Successful Habits of Visionary Companies.
"The company's cult-like culture does, in fact, trace to founder Walt Disney, who saw the relationship between himself and employees as like that between father and children. He expected complete dedication from Disney employees, and he demanded unblemished loyalty to the company and its values. A dedicated and—above all—loyal Disneyite could make honest mistakes and be given a second (and often, third, fourth, and fifth) chance. But to breach the sacred ideology or to display disloyalty...well, these were sins, punishable by immediate and unceremonious termination." (p. 130)

See also: culture, achievement

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Concept Scheme: business culture/management vocabulary

URI: business culture/management vocabulary


  • Concept: ideology
    • preferred: ideology
    • definition: an orientation that characterizes the thinking of a group or nation
    • related: culture
    • related: achievement
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      • sense: ideology
      • sense: political orientation
      • sense: political theory
      • political orientation
      • in scheme:
      • gloss: an orientation that characterizes the thinking of a group or nation
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      • synset id: 106212839
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