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Managerialism as knowing and making in Latin America: European Group of Organization Studies. Landmarks of Tomorrow 8. Monthy Review Press. As a complement, mainstream OT is the ideological expression of the practices of that social class and the school is the space where both the strategy of reproduction and the naturalization of domination are produced Prestes Motta, Throughout his work, Drucker called for a healthy balance —between short-term needs and long-term sustainability; between profitability and other obligations; between the specific mission of individual organizations and the common good; between freedom and responsibility.
Edmund Husserl and Karl Mannheim. However, as an eclectic erudite author he established dialogues with a wide range of authors, including Max Weber and Erich Fromm. In the s, Guerreiro Ramos held a number of administrative positions in the Brazilian government and was a founding professor of the Brazilian School of Public Administration.
Around that time he produced a major contribution to the conceptualization of the racial problem in Brazil Guerreiro Ramos, He also elaborated a key reference for all those interested in breaking with the subaltern reproduction of theories produced in central countries.
About this time, Guerreiro Ramos became increasingly interested in organizations and public administration. He defined administrative action as a "[ Therefore, the reason for the administrative action is merely "[ In this book, Guerreiro Ramos , p. Today, the market tends to become the shaping force of society at large, and the peculiar type of organization that meets its requirements has assumed the character of a paradigm for organizing human existence at large.
In such circumstances, the market pattern of thinking and language tends to become equivalent to patterns of thinking and language at large; this is the environment of cognitive politics.
Established organizational scholarship is uncritical or unaware of these circumstances, and thus is itself a manifestation of the success of cognitive politics Guerreiro Ramos, , p. The concept of cognitive politics was central to his critique of managerialism, being defined as "the conscious or unconscious use of a distorted language with the objective of inducing the people to interpret reality in terms that are convenient for the interest of the direct or indirect agents of this distortion" Guerreiro Ramos, , pp.
Organizations are, for him, cognitive systems. Their members internalize the instrumental values, thus becoming unconscious thinkers. At the core of this critique lie the notion of instrumental rationality and the identification of its prevalence in the market system, although it may be in the guise of a normative dimension.
Beyond his theoretical legacy, Tragtenberg provided lessons in activism, participating in the libertarian movements and in the reorganization of the labor movement in the Metalworkers Union Opposition, among others Morel, He defined himself as a Marxist anarchist, an "aberration" Tragtenberg, The General Theory of Administration is ideological; it carries in itself the basic ambiguities of the ideological process, which consist in the following: For Tragtenberg , p.
Therefore, the field of M studies is, itself, alienated.
He criticized managerialism at the time it was becoming hegemonic: He also criticized the ideological discourse of worker participation, defining it as a means of ensuring a more effective control over and subordination of the labor force.
He went further, discussing the role of education in producing disciplined individuals: Tragtenberg , p. For him, practices such as factory commissions, strike committees and workers councils, provided plenty of possibilities:. What erodes capitalism is the creation of these organizations because they deny the verticality of the existing organizations, be it the state, the party, or the union. As a consequence of direct action by workers, they lose their finality of controlling the working force.
With the mediation of institutions created in the socio-political process, the working class self-manages its struggles and, therefore, decision making and execution are in the workers' hands. In the words of Faria , p. Another Brazilian A-M author was Fernando Prestes Motta , an original and eclectic intellectual who was influenced by and established dialogues with many authors, including Weber, Marx, Althusser, Poulantzas, Foucault, Freud, Enriquez, and Dejours, among others.
In his MSc dissertation, Prestes Motta analyzed capitalist rationalism and the evolution of Brazilian enterprises. In his PhD thesis, he opposed bureaucracy to self-management in his discussion of Proudhon's proposals Prestes Motta, In his words:. As a field of instrumental knowledge as well as a world vision, OT reflects the growing power of the techno-bureaucratic elite in the countries of monopolist state capitalism. Power was the central issue for him, be it in relation to bureaucracy, ideology, M, culture or psychoanalysis.
The book's central argument presents the techno-bureaucracy as a social class constitutive of capitalism, a class that lives for the reproduction and extension of its own power and sustains a form of organization that is constantly changing as a consequence of the general conditions of production and M.
As a complement, mainstream OT is the ideological expression of the practices of that social class and the school is the space where both the strategy of reproduction and the naturalization of domination are produced Prestes Motta, Convinced that the "[ Self-management would be an organizational practice that t respects freedom and pluralism, a possibility of government by the masses that disturbs the powerful, negates bureaucracy and "[ In , he proposed a specific field of studies: Adopting references from the Frankfurt School's first generation in association with Marxist theories about state, class and power and theories from the fields of critical psycho-sociology and Freudian psychoanalysis, Faria a, p.
In search of the theoretical foundations of these forms of control, he identifies the "[ He draws on a set of empirical studies of productive organizations to analyze the construction and enhancement of systems of control in order to make them less visible and more efficient: M is a theory of power: In his work, Faria b provides a consistent critique of M.
At the same time, he recognizes the existence of alternatives produced by social movements that promote self-management and oppose the autocratic nature of M. However, these initiatives cannot be considered within the limits of M theory, precisely because they challenge the capitalist productive structure and the political regime of the present capitalist state.
A defining feature of the authors revised above is their A-M attitude. They have produced an original body of knowledge, showing us that it is possible to work in Management and Administration Departments within academic institutions without subordinating our practice to the hegemony of M, and provided endless inspiration for many of us. For reasons of space, we have to close this brief and selective review here.
We do not think that a coherent pattern of critique can be traced to articulate the works of these authors.
Each of them had their own political and epistemological position, each of them chose to address specific topics, and each of them constructed a personal trajectory within their particular contexts.
What can be said is that they provide, regardless of each one's specificity, fertile ground for those interested in making a truly critical assessment of M and, therefore, in the emancipation of OS from M. In the first part of this essay, we stated that we saw no relevance in substituting Northern M for Southern M.
We hope that, by highlighting the ideas provided by these authors, the grounds for maintaining that attitude have become clearer.
With regard to our personal academic lives, we can also learn an important lesson from these authors: In such a way, we can avoid the practice defined by Tragtenberg as "academic delinquency". In accordance with the intellectual tradition reviewed above, the reflection that follows is related to the possibilities of producing counter-hegemonic knowledge in an academic space still dominated by MK and, worst, by its current managerialist expression as an "[ We believe that there is an indispensable need to consolidate a field of OS that is liberated from M, a field that is necessary at least for those intending to adopt a critical approach, as the above-mentioned authors taught.
However, while they should be honored for their commitment, authenticity and engagement with the issues and events of their time, their critiques and propositions should not be taken as sacred. Coherently, the best way to honor them is to recognize their limitations and to continue pushing along the paths they opened. In the following paragraphs, we will outline a propositional, although not exhaustive agenda for the further develop and consolidation of a Brazilian OS that is liberated from M.
The first aspect to consider is that the last three authors reviewed above provided two moments of critique: However, when announcing the new, they ended up being caught in the pervasive managerial web. Self-management has been taken for granted as the praxis that would confront and subvert the system. This proposition is understandable if we consider that Tragtenberg and Prestes Motta were writing in the years following the events of May Here, we are not rejecting the concept of self-management.
Instead, we are refusing to take it for granted so as to avoid the risk of inadequately transposing concepts, a practice severely criticized by Guerreiro Ramos Misoczky and Moraes warn that, from an extreme perspective, the expression self-management is an oxymoron because M can only be hetero-management.
For Avron , p. It is reasonable to assume that the idea of self-managing society Bernardo, represents the success of managerialism in invading unsuspicious territories, such as those of people who decisively oppose the system of capital.
Therefore, the need to avoid the fetishism of the organizational format and to include this theme into an agenda of OS liberated from M. A second central theme is the organization of social struggles. To widen the ways in which we study organization requires the abandonment of restrictive understandings of it as units of analysis.
Misoczky , for example, defines organization as the collective inter-subjective act that is a means for the praxis of liberation and a learning space for the experimentation of liberating organizational practices.
To avoid the naturalization of self-management as a ready-to-use tool when we focus on the organization of social struggles, it is necessary to address a wide set of dimensions. One of these refers to the principle of feasibility, included by Dussel among the principles of his ethics of liberation, which is the necessary organizational praxis which comes from consciousness and the consequent need for critical intervention to produce change.
This is the moment that Dussel , p. For him, the instrumental-strategic reason has a place in the ethical praxis of liberation: The problem arises when the feasibility criterion becomes an absolute principle. Dussel , p.
An action, an institutional or systemic norm, is ethically operational and concretely feasible if it complies a with the conditions of logic, empirical, technical, economic etc. This principle is ethical because it defines as necessary that all human action that intends to be human and feasible have a dutiful bond with the life of each subject.
At the same time, it ensures the recognition of each subject as equal and free.
In this process of recognition, however, it is also necessary to organize the praxis of liberation, taking into consideration the natural-physical and technical possibilities available at any historical moment. This is a third theme for an agenda of OS liberated from M: The fourth theme in this indicative agenda is in consonance with Jones and Bohm's proposition of a general economy of organization, which would be interested in seeing organization as a basic social process.
Going further, we propose a political economy of organization that incorporates value in the Marxist sense as a key concept: Such view of organization is hence deeply political. To finish we summarize the contributions we have intended to provide: Alcadipani, R. Southern voices in management and organization knowledge. Organization, 19 2 , Guerra Fria e o ensino do Management no Brasil: Aom — American Academy Of Management. Retrieved on 12 June, from http: Avron, H.
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