Fb2 After Lean Production: Evolving Employment Practices in the World Auto Industry (Cornell International Industrial and Labor Relations Report) ePub
by Thomas A. Kochan,Russell D. Lansbury,John Paul MacDuffie
|Category:||Management and Leadership|
|Subcategory:||Business and Work|
|Author:||Thomas A. Kochan,Russell D. Lansbury,John Paul MacDuffie|
|Publisher:||Cornell University Press (September 11, 1997)|
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After Lean Production is a rich collection of case studies, offering detailed pictures of the manufacturing practices and employment policies of a number of plants
After Lean Production is a rich collection of case studies, offering detailed pictures of the manufacturing practices and employment policies of a number of plants. The case studies are. well written and informative. can be recommended for the scholar or practitioner who wants to learn more about how international trends in human resources practices are shaped and molded by the national institutions, laws, and traditions. ―Personnel Psychology.
Russell D Lansbury, University of Sydney.
Cite this publication. Russell D Lansbury, University of Sydney. Ithaca, New York and London: ILR Press, Cornell University. Especially in the 1970s, the production and assembly of vehicles, aggregates and motor vehicle components abroad were significantly increased and integrated into an interlocking intra-company combine.
Thomas A. Kochan, Russell D. Lansbury and John Paul MacDuffie
Thomas A. Lansbury and John Paul MacDuffie. For more than two decades, participants in the automobile industry worldwide have been struggling to adjust to increasing intemational competition, changing consumer tastes, and new approaches to organizing production and associated employment practices. 2 Changes in Auto Industry Employment Practices: An International Overview.
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In Thomas A. After Lean Production: Changing Employment Practices in the World Auto Industry. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, pp Productivity Commission Automotive Case Study: Micro Reform: Survey of Impacts on Firms. Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service.
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Cornell University Press. After Lean Production. Evolving Employment Practices in the World Auto Industry. Russell D. Lansbury. and. John Paul MacDuffie. John Paul MacDuffie is Associate Professor at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. This book has two main strengths.
Changing Employment Relations in the Canadian Auto Industry, paper . MacDuffie, J. P. (1995).
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"This book has two main strengths. First, its approach gives a sense of the texture and variety of the implementation of lean production, the forces that shape it in practice, and the alternatives that may be available. Second, the book's international focus provides a wealth of fascinating material concerning the influence of national conditions on the shaping of production practices."―Harley Shaiken, author of Work Transformed: Automation and Labor in the Computer AgeNearly every country that produces cars views the automobile industry as strategically important because of its direct economic significance and because it serves as a bellwether for innovation in employment conditions. In this book, industrial relations experts from eleven countries consider the state of the industry worldwide. They are particularly interested in assessing whether the loudly heralded model of lean production initiated by Toyota has become pervasive.The contributors focus on employment practices: the way work is organized, how workers and managers interact, the way worker representatives respond to lean production strategies, and the nature of the adaptation and innovation process itself.