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Robert N. Stern, Sharon McCarthy. They concern the clash of interests among government, labour and business over work participation in organizational decision making.
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a book which succeeds in its attempt to provide a balanced picture of organizational participation
a book which succeeds in its attempt to provide a balanced picture of organizational participation. for those looking for a critical evaluation of the literature and practices of organization participation. There is something in this for everyone with an interest in the subject from academics to managers or trade unionists. Thoroughly recommended.
In this book four experienced international analysts take the longer view and look at the changing forms of - and .
In this book four experienced international analysts take the longer view and look at the changing forms of - and changing debates around - orgnaizational participation. In the post war period we have seen numerous forms of organizational participation sometimes as experiments, sometimes as negotiated expediency, and sometimes as hype.
The socioeconomic and political history of Germany is marked by forces working towards both international openness and provincial governance marked by corporatism.
The socioeconomic and political history of Germany is marked by forces working towards both international openness and provincial governance marked by corporatism View. The trajectory of institutional change in Germany, 1979-2009. Over the last three decades, the German political economy can be characterized by both institutional continuity and change
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Home Browse Books Book details, Organizational Participation: Myth and Reality. Organizational Participation: Myth and Reality. Different ideas have emerged from different parts of the world, in different industries, at different times with different objectives. Advocates of this approach support participation for ideological and moral reasons, arguing that the traditional autocratic relationships are inherently unjust.
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