Worker Involvement: It Sounds Like A Good Idea, But...Gene Koretz
Taking a cue from Japanese and German models, U. S. economists have long argued that a key to achieving greater productivity is to foster greater employee involvement in workplace decisions. But a recent study by economist Maryellen Kelley of Carnegie Mellon University suggests that achieving such efficiency gains is no easy task.
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