Research shows value of quality and involvement

Lawrence, Susanne
June 1995
People Management;6/15/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 12, p12
Presents the findings of a study conducted by U.S. organization behaviour guru Ed Lawler on the value of employee involvement in management. Focus of the study; Difficulty in measuring the impact of employee involvement practices in terms of share price; Little progress in the uptake of employee involvement.


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