Technology, Organizations and Innovation: Critical empirical studies

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Ian McLoughlin, David Preece, Patrick Dawson
Taylor & Francis, 2000 - Business & Economics - 2024 pages
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Contents

CRITICAL EMPIRICAL STUDIES
vii
the totally flexible cage?
1089
Technical innovation and work reorganisation in British
1109
evidence from
1145
Completing the transitionEpilogue J P Womack
1184
Lean production the end of history? C Berggren
1204
a tale of two auto plants
1230
NUMMI vs Uddevalla C Berggren
1246
The retreat from full automation Clark
1302
Universal solutions or local contingencies? Tensions
1324
Economic and social aspects of the new technology
1340
The politics and pain of managing information systems
1359
Word processors and the oppression of women
1399
Secretaries and seamstresses clerks and cashiers
1411
and strategic questions P Cressey
1481
centrality
1507

Destruction or redistribution of engineering skills?
1262
Management objectives in technical change
1285
Findings from the Workplace Industrial Relations Surveys
1534
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Dawson is a fourth-generation Montanan who has written and reported on the state's land and people for several publications.

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