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close this bookManaging and Developing New Forms of Work Organisation - Second (Revised) Edition (ILO; 1991; 220 pages)
View the documentManagement Development Series
View the documentForeword
Open this folder and view contents1. The changing structure of work organisation
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Open this folder and view contents3. The impact of job reform on accounting systems
Open this folder and view contents4. Personnel implications for management of new forms of work organisation
Open this folder and view contents5. Work organisation and remuneration - New trends in wages and incentives
Open this folder and view contents6. Introducing and developing new forms of work organisation
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Managing and Developing New Forms of Work Organisation - Second (Revised) Edition

Edited by George Kanawaty

Nitish De

Håkan Lundgren

Sven Flykt

Anders Malmberg

George Kanawaty

Jan-Peder Norstedt

Rolf Lindholm

Einar Thorsrud

Management Development Series No. 16

International
Labour
Office
Geneva

Copyright © International Labour Organisation 1980 and 1981
First published 1980
Second (revised) edition 1981
Fourth impression 1991

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Kanawaty, G. (ed.)
Managing and developing new forms of work organisation. 2nd edition
Geneva, International Labour Office, 1981. Management Development Series, No. 16
/Management development/ /Guide/on alternative/Job design/and/Work organisation/ structures. 13.03.4
ISBN 92-2-102707-4
ISSN 0074-6703

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