Total Involvement as a Productivity Strategy

by Robert Janson, Ian Rolland



Examines the importance of the total involvement of board of directors and employees in the implementation of long-range productivity strategy of the company. Features of quality circles followed in Japan; Limitations of job-enrichment model in improving productivity and quality of work life; Impact of quality commitment on staff containment.

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