Report on Management Studies - Case Study

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Table of Contents1.0 INTRODUCTION.....................................................................................................................12.0 Case study..................................................................................................................................13.0 Analysis......................................................................................................................................33.1 Marxist theory to CMS..........................................................................................................33.2 Habermas theory...................................................................................................................44.0 Recommendations......................................................................................................................65.0 CONCLUSION..........................................................................................................................7REFERENCES................................................................................................................................8
1.0 INTRODUCTIONCritical management studies simply refers to a loose but extended grouping ofempirically informed critical review of business and corporation, management and is groundedearlier in a critical hypothesis perspective (Kothari, 2016). Now a days, it is encompassing a vastrange of views that are captious of conventional philosophies of management and businessschools that is used for generating these theories. The present report is based on a case study andit also contains relevant information about critical management studies. In this project, varioustheories like Marxist theory, Habesmas concepts regarding ideal of speech, etc. Apart from this,some of the information is also added from provided case study.2.0 Case studyAccording to the given case study, exploitation of workers from the IT sector has beenincreasing day on day. Video game designers or software developers are being hired and areforced to do long working hours. Large amount of work are taken from them without givingthem proper pay. This is creating rhetorical effects and making the working environment sostressful as overtime working is examined and there is no assurance of any compensation. Thisphenomena is named as death march. This is the reason of both workers and capital mobility.Investigator has focused on (de)regulation of working time only, but this evaluation opens up away to theoretically or the (de) regulation of work more narrowly in an growing work force thatis new professionals in working sector. Video game developers and software designers are notportion of a big pool of exchangeable labour either as a neo- Marxit model will suggest; on theother hand, they comprise a strategic asset for their for their managers, a captious success factor,specially so in terms of absence of skilled work force (Lunney, 2013).This case report is designed by taking interviews of around 88 extensive employeesinvolving project manager, computer analyst, testing engineers, managers and so on. From bothcases, the researcher said that managerial staff and senior mangers are not viewed as subject tothe provisions in respect to payment of extra time working hours. The samples consist of equalnumber of male and female, neglecting the low proportion of female employees in organisation.In context of educational qualification, approx 98 % of video game designers has done manyforms post secondary education, while 60 % are university degree holder and around 26 % ownsa technical diploma degree. This has been investigated that software developers are commonlyput in overtime at their homes in night or at weekends. After taking interviews of 46 % of female1
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