Project: ‘Humanization and Participation’ in Centraal Beheer

  • J. T. Allegro
  • E. de Vries
Part of the International series on the quality of working life book series (IQWL, volume 8)

Abstract

In this article we give a review of the project ‘Humanization and Participation’ as developed up to 1 July 1976. We start in Section 2 with an outline of project goals and the conditions for the project. In Section 3 we discuss the developments in theory, change strategy and methodology of the open sociotechnical system approach we have used. In Section 4 we give a short description of the organization, the department where the project takes place, and the planning of the project. In Section 5 we give a short and preliminary discussion of results.

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© International Council for the Quality of Working Life 1979

Authors and Affiliations

  • J. T. Allegro
  • E. de Vries
    • 1
  1. 1.Institute of Social PsychologyUniversity of UtrechtThe Netherlands

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