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The managerial problem and its context society and
Coercion and its limits
Industrialization and the strategy of consent
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1983 general election accept agreements aspirations assert assumption autonomous work group Britain British society coercion collective bargaining commitment compliance conflict conscious Conservatism Conservative context decision-making decisions degree discretion division of labour economic employee collectives employee directors employers and managers evoke experience favoured feel governments grievances groups high-trust incomes policy increasingly individual industrial relations influence institutions interests issues job enrichment Labour Party leaders leadership legitimate Leo Amery low-discretion management's managerial ment moral involvement negotiated obligation observance offer organizational organized labour participation pattern pluralist policies political possible pressure problem-solving problems procedures promote purposes pursue radical rank and file rank-and-file employees relationship resistance respect responses rewards role rules Scientific Management seek sense shop stewards significance situation social stance standard model status strategy structure Thatcher administrations top management trade unions traditional trust values wage-earners welfare workers workforce workplace