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Abstract

This case flyer and the accompanying article enables a discussion on the long debated concept of fun at workplace and how should organizations create a naturally conducive work environment. It provides a platform to debate on many thought provoking questions including whether fun can be induced and managed at a workplace and whether fun and work can be viewed as two sides of the same coin. Unruffled by the turbulence in the global economic market, companies continue to invest in various fun inducing workplace practices. Moreover, with fancy designations like chief cheerfulness Ninja and head of fungineering, etc, donning the corporate corridors, the 'Fun at Work' movement has been showing no signs of waning away. Can fun at workplace be induced or imposed? Is forced fun at work and employee productivity related? In the contemporary corporate scenario, companies are encouraged to create a work culture where varied personality types can flourish and work in harmony instead of trying too hard to induce forced fun among its employees. How can organizations create an encouraging work culture where different personality types can thrive and prosper? What is the relationship between fairness at workplace and employee happiness? How can companies ensure a fair treatment across all levels?
Other setting(s):
2013

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Abstract

This case flyer and the accompanying article enables a discussion on the long debated concept of fun at workplace and how should organizations create a naturally conducive work environment. It provides a platform to debate on many thought provoking questions including whether fun can be induced and managed at a workplace and whether fun and work can be viewed as two sides of the same coin. Unruffled by the turbulence in the global economic market, companies continue to invest in various fun inducing workplace practices. Moreover, with fancy designations like chief cheerfulness Ninja and head of fungineering, etc, donning the corporate corridors, the 'Fun at Work' movement has been showing no signs of waning away. Can fun at workplace be induced or imposed? Is forced fun at work and employee productivity related? In the contemporary corporate scenario, companies are encouraged to create a work culture where varied personality types can flourish and work in harmony instead of trying too hard to induce forced fun among its employees. How can organizations create an encouraging work culture where different personality types can thrive and prosper? What is the relationship between fairness at workplace and employee happiness? How can companies ensure a fair treatment across all levels?

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Other setting(s):
2013

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