Participation in technological change
P. Depaoli, European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, Alessandro Fantoli, G. Miani
European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, 1988 - Business & Economics - 153 pages
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Altmann areas of participation attitudes automated become BMFT Butera and Thurman co-determination collective agreements company labour force company level company workers context countries Cressey decision-making decisions defensive strategies demands effects Empirical information employees employment European Foundation example Federal German Republic forms of participation framework groups of workers implementation Increased job flexibility increasingly individual industrial relations influence information technology innovation integration strategies introduction Italy job rotation know-how Levie and Moore management strategies monitoring negotiation neutralization strategies nologies open-ended opportunities organizational changes participation cf participation processes participation strategies particular personnel Phase potential problems of participation procedures production process reduction Ruskin College study Schultz-Wild Section sector specific starting-points Strategic aspects strategies of management subject-matter of participation subjects tatives technical and organizational technological agreements technologies are introduced trade unions Types of strategy weak forms whole company Wildemann Williams and Steward work-force worker representation