Joint Management and Employee Participation: Labor and Management at the Crossroads
Shows how management and unions can work together to modify the collective bargaining process and allow for more direct negotiation between the bargaining unit and the lower levels of the organization, thus clearing the way for joint management.
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for Jointly Managed Organizations
Principles for Designing and Operating
The Structure of the Parallel Organization
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action and planning adapt administrative agement autonomous work team bargaining unit level behavior changes Chapter collective bargaining process committee conflict consensus constituents criteria decision developed discussion distributive bargaining effective elected employee participation enforceable ESOP example extended bargaining facilitator functions gain sharing Goal theory goals higher levels ideas implement involved joint management system jointly managed organizations labor and management labor-management lower levels meetings ment merit pay middle managers miniteam operating organization members organization's parallel agreement parallel organiza parallel organization participation stewards participative system parties performance Pima County planning team plant policies primary organization principles problem procedures programs proposal representatives responsible rewards role rules Scanlon Plan senior manager-member Shell-Sarnia skills solution solving specific staff offices steps structure subordinate managers subsystems supervisors task team concept team members theory tion top management union officers United Auto Workers worker cooperative workplace interest groups worksite level worksite-level action team