The "Kalima" project at the Department of Culture and Tourism, Abu Dhabi, published the book "The Industry of Blame: Accountability Between Use and Misuse" by the British researcher Stephen Feinman, and translated into Arabic by Maher Al-Junaidi.
The book addresses various aspects of a devastating and constructive problem at the same time. The blame, our life is individuals, organizations and people. One of the latest contemporary organizational cultural books by Steven Feinman, an institutional behavior teacher at the School of Management at Bath University, Based on his impression balance and information.
The "blame industry" starts from the question when things go wrong when things go from their place, often lead us to search for someone at fault. The blame shares our society in incredible ways, incorporating hate and revenge seeds, However, friendship among glass workers, dispersal societies, and pushing nations, is fault if they are installed and manage appropriately, protect the moral system and improve legal responsibility.
In this book, Steven Feynman examines that lacuna at fault and leads us on a great trip by sometimes bitter and sometimes bitter. From an interesting and interesting historical journey, the book focuses on the roots and highlights the "witch" in the past to the overlap and stigmas that are; still exists today: from a healthy disease to whole cultures shaped by a brutal force, In order to grow aggregate to grow boredom, confusion and anxiety about the governance of public and private enterprises, The author looks beyond institutions and institutions' platforms to decide on the patterns of blame and with the eyes of the judge, Feynman examines the confusing issue of public liability Circuit of politics, which is often marked by our politicians and organizations collapsing in "blame games".
At the end of this book, which contains about 200 pages of medium pieces, Veneman asks a difficult question about how we can mitigate the effects of the cause that causes corrosion, then & # 39 ; n ask critical questions, and in time about restraint and forgiveness restrictions, From the United States for their historical mistakes, can restorative justice be useful, and many other subjects.
Steven Fainman is an Emeritus Professor of Organizational Behavior at the University of Bath School of Management, UK. He has published a wide range of specialized studies and academic books, all of which are all about business and organizational environments, including "Age and Work Regulation: Very Brief Presentation".
Maher Al-Junaidi is a Chinese translator and translator in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. He was Chief Editor of PC Magazine, Arabic edition, editor of Internet Arabic Magazine, Ajeeb port content director, He is currently the main editor of the Teeb media organization. His most famous books include "The Praise of Slowness" by Milan Kundera, "The Art of War," and "Juhayna: The Techniques of War" Modern in the Media World "and" Idrisi: Techniques for Search Arabic Content in Systems Information ".