8 edition of Nike culture found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Robert Goldman and Stephen Papson.|
|Series||Core cultural icons|
|LC Classifications||HF5805 .G65 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 194 p. :|
|Number of Pages||194|
|ISBN 10||0761961488, 0076196148, 0761961496|
|LC Control Number||98061739|
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logo in terms of political economy, sociology, culture and semiotics. Nike Culture describes and deconstructs the themes and structures of Nike's advertising, outlines the contradictions between image and practice, and explores the logic of the sign economy.
This book is one of the first to take an in-depth look at how an advertising image works. It situates the Nike swoosh logo in terms of political economy, sociology, culture and semiotics.
Nike Culture describes and deconstructs the themes and structures of Nike's advertising, outlines the contradictions between image and practice, and explores the logic of the sign economy.5/5(1).
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Nike’s culture did allow several female employees (or perhaps they just got fed up enough) to take it upon themselves to quietly conduct a survey on inappropriate behavior and pay : Alice Mann.
Engrossing and illuminating, Nike Culture provides a wealth of detail harnessed to an authoritative analysis. This book will be required reading on courses in sociology, media studies and cultural studies.3/5(1).
Nike, Inc., named for the Greek goddess of victory, is the world's leading designer, marketer, and distributor of authentic athletic footwear, apparel, equipment, and accessories for a wide variety of sports and fitness activities.
NIKE, Inc. serves consumers worldwide by aligning to four key geographies—North America, Europe, Middle East and. Nike Culture The Sign of the Swoosh by Robert Goldman available in Trade Paperback onalso read synopsis and reviews.
Is advertising changing the way we think about society and ourselves. Does the sign-world of. This book is one of the first to take an in-depth look at how an advertising image works.
It situates the "Nike swoosh" logo in terms of political economy, sociology, culture and semiotics. Shoe Dog is the only business book that has EVER made me cry. Especially since Ive gotten older and washed my hands of corporate America I've become a bit more jaded.
The story of the rise of Nike as told by co-founder Phil Knight (and ghost written by J.R. Moehringer of Tender Bar fame) will have you harken back to a time when employment was a /5. The attitude of mystery and innovation features prominently in Nike's marketing and public image as well.
Culture is strongest when there's little disconnect between what the public expects and. “ Shoe Dog is a great American story about luck, grit, know-how, and the magic alchemy of a handful of eccentric characters who came together to build Nike.
That it happened at all is a miracle, because as I learned from this book, though we are a nation that extols free enterprise, we also excel at thwarting it.
This is Phil Knight, one on /5(29). The Zappos Culture Book. "In my book 'Delivering Happiness: A Path to Profits, Passion, and Purpose', I write about how a company's culture and a company's brand are really just two sides of the same coin.
The brand is simply a lagging indicator of the culture. Over the past 13+ years, we've continuously experienced rapid growth. No Logo: Taking Aim at the Brand Bullies is a book by the Canadian author Naomi published by Knopf Canada and Picador in Decembershortly after the WTO Ministerial Conference protests in Seattle had generated media attention around such issues, it became one of the most influential books about the alter-globalization movement and an international : Naomi Klein.
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Nike's Influence on Popular Culture According topopular culture is the cultural activities or commercial products that are reflected, suited to, or. Nike’s long, successful race from startup to global enterprise is chronicled in the recent book, Shoe Dog.
The other company co-founder, Phil Knight, wrote. According to Nicholas Smith, author of the new book Kicks: The Great American Story of Sneakers, the whimsy of the waffle-iron shoes became the Author: Kate Keller.
Nike began to secure commitments from longstanding suppliers to implement a Lean innovation-based transformation. At Nike, people are the ultimate value stream The term “Lean” was first coined to describe The Toyota Way management system, which is built on. Nike Flyleather, made with at least 50% recycled leather fiber, is produced through an innovative process with a smaller carbon footprint versus traditional leather manufacturing.
Because it is produced on a roll, Nike Flyleather improves cutting efficiency and creates less waste than traditional cut-and-sew methods for full-grain leather.
Nike uses social media to create a lifestyle and sense of community among fans. Its tweets are short, punchy and compelling, and nearly always included the hashtag #justdoit or other community-building hashtags like #nikewomen.
Social media is powerful for brands such as Nike because it creates two-way interactions between fans and brands. Nike. The book, "Out of the Box: The Rise of Sneaker Culture," written by Bobbito Garcia and Elizabeth Semmelhack catalogs the exhibition and also highlights prototype drawings that span the career of.
The book 'Nike Culture' is packed full of textual analysis. Page after page is saturated with the pursuit of discursive regimes as the authors admirably struggle through complex praxes of Nike's intertextuality. This process, though methodologically neces sary, at times provides a rather toilsome read.
Nike: The Superbrand Superbrands such as Nike have been described as one of the central mediums of globalization and as symbols of a global economy. These brands constantly appear in the top half of all studies of the most powerful brands, with. A second sweeping lawsuit has been filed against Nike Inc.
in the wake of reports about a "boys' club" culture at the sportswear company. This time, the lawsuit was filed on Author: Matthew Kish. Nike Air Max is a line of shoes produced by Nike, Inc., with the first model released in Air Max shoes are identified by their midsoles incorporating flexible urethane pouches filled with pressurized gas, visible from the exterior of the shoe and intended to provide cushioning underfoot.
The comprehensive history of the Nike SB Dunk is a book every sneakerhead should own. The page book tells the story of how a basketball silhouette became one of the most important skate shoes of all time.
Created inthe Nike Dunk was adopted from the court by skateboarders and sneakerheads to become an icon of the streets. Nike happily paid his $5,per-game fine, while airing ads declaring: “The NBA can’t keep you from wearing them.” And so when the first Air Jordans hit.
It seems a long way from a training shoe created in to the gaudy and much-coveted street-wear of today, but a new book demonstrates the long and lucrative history of the sneaker- Occupation: Travel Editor.
In September, former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick became the new face of Nike's "Just Do It" campaign. We look back at the history of the three-word phrase.
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Jimmy KimmelAuthor: Guardian Staff. “Shoe Dog is a great American story about luck, grit, know-how, and the magic alchemy of a handful of eccentric characters who came together to build Nike.
That it happened at all is a miracle, because as I learned from this book, though we are a nation that extols free enterprise, we also excel at thwarting ed on: Organizational Culture WHAT’S IN IT FOR ME. Reading this chapter will help you do the following: 1.
Describe what organizational culture is and why it is important for an organization. Understand the dimensions that make up a company’s culture. Understand the creation and maintenance of organizational culture. Size: KB. In addition to its corporate mission statement, Nike developed guiding principles referred to as its “11 Maxims.” These principles are meant to give a sense of direction and purpose to employees at all levels of the corporation: "It is our nature to innovate.
Nike is a company. Nike is a brand. Simplify and go. The consumer : Barbara Farfan. Nike’s footwear ideal has evolved, but Bowerman’s preoccupation with creating products that enable athletes to perform at their highest potential continues to fuel Nike's culture of innovation.
Business Journal readers are split on whether CEO Mark Parker has had an adequate response to culture issues revealed at Nike over the past two months, based on .The Nike Code of Conduct provides an overview of the laws, regulations and company policies that apply to us and the work we do, but it does more than that.
It builds upon the values we share. That’s why we require our employees and Board members to comply with both the letter and spirit of the Code and make decisions that will preserve the.