A Design and methodology for conducting evaluation of a Quality of Work Program of the National Commission on Productivity: a report written under a grant from the Ford Foundation
New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University, 1973 - Business & Economics - 302 pages
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Conceptual Issues in Evaluation
A Proposed Budget for Evaluation
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activities addition Appendix areas assessment of change attachment measures attitudinal autonomous work groups base-line measures behavior benefits change agent change process chapter characteristics client groups commitment control group coordinator core questionnaire cost-benefit analysis data analysis data collection days x decision dependent variable develop diagnosis and intervention discussed economic analyst effects employee attachment entry phase estimate evaluation team example experiment extent factors feedback firm Ford Foundation goals identified impact implementation important industrial engineer initial inputs interest interview involved issues job redesign key indicators major ment on-site observer organization outputs and outcomes participants parties perceptions performance period personnel plant possible postintervention problem procedures productivity QOW Program QOW Project records regression analysis relationship relevant replacement costs responsibility role sample site coordinator specific standard structure subsystems turnover union leaders variable costs workers