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Organizational democracy : taking stock / ed. Cornelis J. Lammers, Gyõrgy Széll

Secondary Author Lammers, Cornelis Jacobus
Széll, Gyorgy
Country Reino Unido. Publication Oxford : Oxford University, 1989 Description XXIX, 342 p. ; 24 cm Series International Handbook of Participation in Organizations.. For the Study of Organizational Democracy, Co-operation, and Self-Management , 1 ISBN 0-19-877259-9 CDU 658.3
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

This series provides policymakers, practitioners, and academics with works of reference on significant developments in participative practice in organizations.This first volume examines the pattern of trends towards participation, co-determination, self-management, and co-operatives in the 1970s and 1980s. There have, in recent times, been widespread and severe setbacks to the progress of democratization which gained inexorable momentum in the 1950s and1960s. The contributors examine the forces at work in the past decade and the influence they have exerted in this area. They ask what ideas, forms, and processes have been stifled, and what tendencies have been developed. The authors, eminent specialists in many disciplines and from manycountries, give both practitioners and theoreticians new insights on which to base future action and further research. They conclude that organizational democracy has not been baulked, but has in fact adapted its forms and structures in response to concurrent changes in society.

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • Cornelius J. Lammers & Gy÷rgy SzTll: Introduction
  • Part I Evaluation and review of the field: Outline of Part I: Participation: Its contradictions, paradoxes, and promises
  • The Labour movement and post-rational models of organization: A French case or a trend in Western societies
  • Worker co-operatives in the UK: Temporary phenomenon or growing trend?
  • Taking stock of the ESOPs
  • Part 2 Landmarks revisited: Outline of Part II: Co-determination in British-occupied Germany 1945-1949
  • Co-determination research in the Federal Republic of Germany: A review
  • Participative management in the United States
  • Three classics revisited
  • A new milestone in the development of industrial democracy in Norway?
  • The Scandinavian challenge: Strategies for work and learning
  • Part 3 Recent theoretical developments: Outline of Part III: The dilemma of non-participation
  • Participation: A French perspective
  • Industrial relations theory and employee participation
  • Industrial democracy and organizational symbolism
  • Part 4 Recent research findings: Outline of Part IV: Factory occupation and industrial democracy
  • From co-determination to co-management
  • The dilemma confronting works councils in the introduction of new technologies in the machine-building industry
  • In search of workers' participation: Implementation of new technologies in GDR firms
  • Designing support organizations for industrial co-operatives in developing countries
  • Part 5 Country studies: Outline of Part V: Workers' participation and US collective bargaining
  • Firms in transition: Towards industrial democracy? The case of reforms in France since the end of the Second world war
  • The recent growth in employees' representation in the Netherlands: Defying the times?

Author notes provided by Syndetics

Cornelis J. Lammers is at University of Leiden. Gyorgy Szell is at University of Osnabruck.

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