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Tamara: Journal for Critical Organization Inquiry

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Rok 2004 
Tom 3 
Numer 2

ENRON: Taking our cue from the world of object relations

Adrian Carr
University of Western Sydney

Alexis Downs
University of Central Oklahoma

2004 3 (2) Tamara: Journal for Critical Organization Inquiry

Abstrakt

As a boy, summering with his extended family in Kennebunkpoti, Maine, George W. Bush was Boss Cousin: the oidest in a swarm of his own brothers (and sister) and the sons and daughters of his aunts and uncles. They played games all day, from tag to tennis to basketball. George, one of the players told me years later, very much liked to win — and, as oidest sibiings always do, wrote the ruies (or rewrote) them to guarantee it. That's the way he prefers to operate even now. Kart Rove, the president's longtime political consigllere, calls them 'game-changing moves'. Bush tikes to outmaneuver his foes by using his dout to change the game itself It's worked many times. (Fineman, 2002).

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APA style

ENRON: Taking our cue from the world of object relations. (2004). ENRON: Taking our cue from the world of object relations. Tamara: Journal For Critical Organization Inquiry, 3(2), 1-15. (Original work published 2004)

MLA style

„Enron: Taking Our Cue From The World Of Object Relations”. 2004. Tamara: Journal For Critical Organization Inquiry, t. 3, nr 2, 2004, ss. 1-15.

Chicago style

„Enron: Taking Our Cue From The World Of Object Relations”. Tamara: Journal For Critical Organization Inquiry, Tamara: Journal for Critical Organization Inquiry, 3, nr 2 (2004): 1-15.