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Managing People Globally by Wes Harry, Chris Rowley

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Appendix 2

Managing people – as seen in art and culture

The importance of work, employment and the management of people can readily be seen in popular culture in a variety of art and music as well as documentaries, television series and programmes, ‘docu-soaps’, ‘docu-dramas’, films and books. These forms indicate the historical and contemporary importance of employment issues, in various fashions, guises and ways. Those with a particular Asian aspect are highlighted with an asterisk (*).

Art

This includes the post-1930s paintings of the Soviet Union’s Socialist Realism era, with its art depicting themes of hard work and productivity. These include works such as In The Fields, Aeroplanes Overhead (1954) by Sergie and Aleksei Tkachev; several ...

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