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The paradigm that changed the work place / Frans M. van Eijnatten with contributions of Hans van Beinum ... [et al.]
Bib ID 348637
Format BookBook
Author
Eijnatten, F. M. van
 
Description Assen : Van Gorcum, c1993 
xxiv, 316 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. + 1 computer disk (3 1/2 in.) 
ISBN 9023228057 (paperback)
Series

Social science for social action ; v. 4.

Notes

Directions for using the computer disk (p. [302]-316)

"Arbetslivcentrum"

Title of disk: The socio-technical systems design (STSD) paradigm : a full bibliography of English-language literature / Frans M. van Eijnatten.

Includes bibliographical references (p. [198]-247) and index.

Subjects Industrial organization.  |  Industrial organization -- Bibliography.  |  Work design.  |  Work design -- Bibliography.  |  Management -- Employee participation.  |  Management -- Employee participation -- Bibliography.  |  Psychology, Industrial.
Other authors/contributors Beinum, Hans van, 1926-  |  Eijnatten, F. M. van. Socio-technical systems design (STSD) paradigm  |  Arbetslivcentrum (Stockholm, Sweden)

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