Participation in the electronics sector: the Comco case study
Centre for Research into Industrial Democracy and Participation, Dept. of Social & Economic Research, University of Glasgow, 1984 - Business & Economics - 50 pages
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THE INDUSTRY AND THE PLANT
A COMPANY OF ENTREPRENEURS
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achieve areas assembly line autonomy benefits package bonus Burns and Stalker collectivism Comco philosophy commitment company philosophy company's competitive consultation contribution corporate growth corporate philosophy Department of Employment Design duction Edinburgh plant electronics element emphasis employees engineer formal function goals hierarchy ideology important individual growth industrial relations informal system initiative innovation integrated interaction interest internal products interviews involvement lead girl legitimacy levels look management style Managing Director master schedule no-redundancy policy non-union offer opportunity organisation output overall performance appraisal performance evaluation personnel manager phase pillars practices problem solving product development profit sharing scheme promotion Quality Teams Release Research and Development responsibilities reward routine salary grade Scotland sectors single status sought staff Stock Purchase Scheme structure supervisor talk-ins task technical tion trade union unionised whilst workers