Autonomy and technology: a contingency approach
Center for Quality of Working Life, Institute of Industrial Relations, University of California - Business & Economics - 24 pages
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adequate response set Aiken approach of fitting assignment AUTONOMY AND TECHNOLOGY autonomy in regulation autonomy were collected boundary control decisions breakdown CATHERWOOD LIBRARY communication channels considered in job contingency approach CORNELL UNIVERSITY counteracting disturbances Decision activities deviations effective regulation factors following can continue goal identification high disruption potential hypotheses industrial input flow intrasystem control decisions job design job enrichment kibbutz low disturbance level monitoring and detection operating activities organizational theories pace process on target propositions rcsoonse REGULATION AUTONOMY ACCORDING Regulation decisions Regulation keeps regulation of Input regulation process regulator as close relationship between autonomy rubber schedule of inputs scores specified by boundary stations following sub-system supervisor supervisor's trust system boundary target by counteracting task activities task disturbance level task performer technology and autonomy total system total task system transformation process validation work-station worker characteristics worker lias worker's autonomy WORKER'S RESPONSE SET worker's skill level