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by Malcolm Warner,Arndt Sorge

eBook Comparative Factory Organization: An Anglo-German Comparison of Manufacturing, Management and Manpower (WZB publications) download ISBN: 0566051206
Author: Malcolm Warner,Arndt Sorge
Publisher: Gower Pub Co (February 1, 1987)
Language: English
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Our comparison of German companies with their British counterparts proves to be quite important, as this .

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Normal view MARC view ISBD view. Title: Comparative factory organisation : an Anglo-German comparison of manufacturing, management and manpower, Arndt Sorge and Malcolm Warner. Series: WZB-Publications: Publisher: Aldershot ; Brookfield, Vermont : Gower, 1986.

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Berlin, West Germany. BruneI University, West London, UK. We challenge the appropriateness and feasibility of a wholesale substitution of computerized automation for human resources in the factory of the future. Employees will exert greater ·influence than ever before because of the complexity, cost and critical role of the equipment with which they work