Is there a Chance for Self-Management in the Developing World?
Self-management as a social, economic and political model of participation is designed to mobilize the potential of every 1 individual to the fullest. In one country, this model has been tried out as a large-scale historical experiment, namely in Yugoslavia. For a period of over thirty years, self-management has grown to remarkable strength and vigour and, starting in industry, it has gradually spread to all other types of organizations. There, the mobilization of individual potential and participation has proved to be highly successful: it was under self-management that Yugoslavia moved from an underdeveloped to a developed country.
KeywordsVested Interest Work Participation Individual Potential Uneven Development Political Model
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