Frieder Naschold, Robert E. Cole, Bjorn Gustavsen, Hans Van's Constructing the New Industrial Society PDF

By Frieder Naschold, Robert E. Cole, Bjorn Gustavsen, Hans Van Beinum

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Figure 15 Total Population of the LOM Programme Total population Private/Public sector Branches Large organisations > 1000 emp's Clusters Losses from the initial popnlation Participating organisations: 148 in 72 projects 57(38%)/ 18 pu . admin. 14 healthleduc. ic) 3 (2%) cooperatives, 2 others 12 metal ind. b 10 process ind. 2 each of 18 (25% cluster with from 2 to 17 organisations) drop-outs: 7= 23% {bank, post, hotel, trade This comparison between aims and results with regard to the target popu­ lation enables some initial conclusions to be drawn regarding the way the Programme operated in practice: 44 Organization development (1) During its comparatively short duration of a little over five years the Programme managed to reach a target population considerably larger than that incorporated into the German "Work and Technology Programme" in its first round, but, of course, far smaller in scale than the Japanese KAIZEN Programme.

Since the end of the 1980s at the latest, the rise of Japan and the Pacific Basin, and with it the inception of radically different competitive strategies and production models which have since pro­ ved superior to traditional taylorist-fordist concepts in terms of productivity, quality and innovation cycles has shifted the entire frame of reference for the debate on, and practice of research-supported development programmes (Jtirgens/Naschold 1992; Womack et al. 1991). If the AR movement and the (Post-) LOM discussion fail to take account of this profound change in the frame of reference, its internationalisation and paradigmatic shift, its specific approach to research and development will be threatened with marginalisa­ tion.

15 reveals the extent to which the organisational population actually incorporated into the Programme (after diverse and often very spontaneous efforts) matched up to the original aims. figure 15 Total Population of the LOM Programme Total population Private/Public sector Branches Large organisations > 1000 emp's Clusters Losses from the initial popnlation Participating organisations: 148 in 72 projects 57(38%)/ 18 pu . admin. 14 healthleduc. ic) 3 (2%) cooperatives, 2 others 12 metal ind. b 10 process ind.

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