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Book Description: University of Kentucky Press, 1960. Book Condition: Good. 157 pp., hardcover, ex library, else text clean & binding tight. Bookseller Inventory # ZB469157

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Book Description: Greenwood Press, Westport, CT, 1973. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Ex-Library, else Very Good. No Jacket. Reprint Edition. Octavo. Usual university lib. ownership and discard marks, pocket to endpaper, spine catalog label. Else clean and well bound text; with minor shelfwear to exterior. Bookseller Inventory # 12559

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A Polish Factory: A Case Study of workers' Participation in Decision Making

Kolaja, Jiri
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Book Description: Greenwood Publishers, Westport, 1973. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. A reprint of 1960 original. No DJ, ex-library with stamps but little used. Bookseller Inventory # 001088

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A POLISH FACTORY: A CASE STUDY OF WORKERS' PARTICIPATION IN DECISION MAKING

Kolaja, Jiri
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Book Description: Lexington University Press Of Kentucky 1960., 1960. Very Good in Very Good- dust jacket; The dust jacket has some minor chipping, creasing and staining, particularly at the extermities. ; The dust jacket is protected by a Brodart mylar cover. Most books shipped within 24 hours. ; 8vo.; 157 pages; Complimentary copy with slip laid in. First Edition. Binding is Hardcover. Bookseller Inventory # 15030

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A Polish Factory - A Case Study of workers' Participation in Decision Making

Jiri Kolaja
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Book Description: University of Kentucky Press, U.S.A., 1960. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. First Edition. 157 pages. Copy is neat and clean. Item Type: Ex Library. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: History; History; Inventory No: 164510. Bookseller Inventory # 164510

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Polish Factory: A Case Study of Workers' Participation in Decision Making

Jiri Thomas Kolaja
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Book Description: Greenwood Press NULL. Book Condition: Good. Hardback,ex-library, with usual stamps and markings, in good all round condition. pp. Bookseller Inventory # 1440297

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A Polish Factory: A Case Study of Workers' Participation in Decision Making

Kolaja, Jiri
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Book Description: UNIV PR OF KENTUCKY 01/07/2014, 2014. Paperback. Book Condition: New. New Book. This item is printed on demand. Shipped from US This item is printed on demand. Bookseller Inventory # IH-9780813153544

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A Polish Factory: A Case Study of Workers Participation in Decision Making (Paperback)

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Book Description: University Press of Kentucky, United States, 2014. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 229 x 152 mm. Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Industrial sociologists for many years have been limited almost entirely to studies of Western factories. For the Communist world they have been compelled to advance hypotheses based upon the assumption that political ideology determines the character of management-labor relations. Now for the first time, Mr. Kolaja s pioneering examination of worker participation in the management of a textile factory in Lodz, Poland, provides specific evidence for testing these theories. For eight weeks in the summer of 1957, while the liberal atmosphere of the Polish October Revolution of 1956 still prevailed, Mr. Kolaja observed the behavior of two work groups in the weaving department of the Lodz factory, supplementing these data by interviews and questionnaires. The workers he found for the most part eager to talk-particularly to complain-perhaps finding in this American citizen who spoke Polish with a Czechoslovak accent an outlet for repressed feelings. In general, Mr. Kolaja found, the weavers were almost untouched by the Communist ideology. The Lodz workers, like their counterparts in the West, worked for the pay envelope, blamed poor output upon technological and managerial deficiencies beyond their control, and sought to relieve the monotony of mass production by activities outside the factory. They responded little to efforts to involve them in the problems of the plant, and they considered the management people to be in a different, and opposed, class. Unwilling to abandon the doctrine that management-labor conflict does not exist in a Communist society, the Polish government had tried over the years to motivate the workers participation in operational decisions. The latest of these attempts, coming shortly after the October political change, was the workers council. This body, superimposed upon the existing management, labor union, and party structures in the Lodz factory, served both to stimulate some interest among a few workers and to complicate the task of the plant director, a forceful man, who had to promote the participation of workers whom he knew were unmoved by the principle of collective ownership. This he did, Mr. Kolaja observed, by reporting decisions to the workers council as accomplished facts and asking its delegates to communicate them to their fellow laborers. The workers faced no such dilemma. They tended to accept the workers council as yet another management organization, particularly after it had agreed to delay sharing the plant s profit. Yet one of them-denoted here as I -5 and surely the hero of the book-took his election to the workers council more seriously and several times at its meetings embarrassed subordinate managers with his forthright statements. He was unable to fluster the plant director, however, who relied upon I-5 s regard for his responsibilities to place him in the position of having to justify the profit sharing decision to his fellow weavers. The direction seemed clear by the time of Mr. Kolaja s departure: I-5 had been invited to join the party (no workers in the two groups studied were members), and he was about to be coopted by management. Bookseller Inventory # AAV9780813153544

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A Polish Factory: A Case Study of Workers Participation in Decision Making (Paperback)

Jiri Kolaja
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Book Description: University Press of Kentucky, United States, 2014. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 229 x 152 mm. Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Industrial sociologists for many years have been limited almost entirely to studies of Western factories. For the Communist world they have been compelled to advance hypotheses based upon the assumption that political ideology determines the character of management-labor relations. Now for the first time, Mr. Kolaja s pioneering examination of worker participation in the management of a textile factory in Lodz, Poland, provides specific evidence for testing these theories. For eight weeks in the summer of 1957, while the liberal atmosphere of the Polish October Revolution of 1956 still prevailed, Mr. Kolaja observed the behavior of two work groups in the weaving department of the Lodz factory, supplementing these data by interviews and questionnaires. The workers he found for the most part eager to talk-particularly to complain-perhaps finding in this American citizen who spoke Polish with a Czechoslovak accent an outlet for repressed feelings. In general, Mr. Kolaja found, the weavers were almost untouched by the Communist ideology. The Lodz workers, like their counterparts in the West, worked for the pay envelope, blamed poor output upon technological and managerial deficiencies beyond their control, and sought to relieve the monotony of mass production by activities outside the factory. They responded little to efforts to involve them in the problems of the plant, and they considered the management people to be in a different, and opposed, class. Unwilling to abandon the doctrine that management-labor conflict does not exist in a Communist society, the Polish government had tried over the years to motivate the workers participation in operational decisions. The latest of these attempts, coming shortly after the October political change, was the workers council. This body, superimposed upon the existing management, labor union, and party structures in the Lodz factory, served both to stimulate some interest among a few workers and to complicate the task of the plant director, a forceful man, who had to promote the participation of workers whom he knew were unmoved by the principle of collective ownership. This he did, Mr. Kolaja observed, by reporting decisions to the workers council as accomplished facts and asking its delegates to communicate them to their fellow laborers. The workers faced no such dilemma. They tended to accept the workers council as yet another management organization, particularly after it had agreed to delay sharing the plant s profit. Yet one of them-denoted here as I -5 and surely the hero of the book-took his election to the workers council more seriously and several times at its meetings embarrassed subordinate managers with his forthright statements. He was unable to fluster the plant director, however, who relied upon I-5 s regard for his responsibilities to place him in the position of having to justify the profit sharing decision to his fellow weavers. The direction seemed clear by the time of Mr. Kolaja s departure: I-5 had been invited to join the party (no workers in the two groups studied were members), and he was about to be coopted by management. Bookseller Inventory # AAV9780813153544

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A Polish Factory : a Case Study of Workers' Participation in Decision Making

Jiri Thomas (1919-) Kolaja
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Book Description: Lexington : University Of Kentucky Press. Book Condition: Good. Ex-library. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Shipped quickly. Hardcover. 1St Edition Ed. Used, good. Cover has some rubbing. Cover has some edge wear. Small tears/creases on spine/cover.EX-LIBRARY - has usual library wear/markings/attachments. Text pages show modest aging/yellowing. Bookseller Inventory # 5980548

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A Polish Factory : a Case Study of Workers' Participation in Decision Making

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Book Description: Lexington : University Of Kentucky Press, 1960. 1st Edition. Description: xviii, 157 p. : illus. ; 24 cm. Subjects: Textile workers --Poland --Lodz --Management --Employee participation --Case studies. Fine cloth copy in an equally fine dw. Particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and especially sharp-cornered. 1 Kg. 157 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 131075

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A Polish Factory: A Case Study of Workers' Participation in Decision Making

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Book Description: UNIV PR OF KENTUCKY 01/07/2014, 2014. Paperback. Book Condition: New. New Book. This item is printed on demand. Shipped from UK. This item is printed on demand. Bookseller Inventory # IQ-9780813153544

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A Polish Factory : a Case Study of Workers' Participation in Decision Making

Jiri Thomas (1919-) Kolaja
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A Polish Factory : a Case Study of Workers' Participation in Decision Making

Kolaja, Jiri Thomas (1919-)
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Book Description: Lexington : University Of Kentucky Press, 1960. 1st Edition. Description: xviii, 157 p. : illus. ; 24 cm. Subjects: Textile workers --Poland --Lodz --Management --Employee participation --Case studies. Fine cloth copy in an equally fine dw. Particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and especially sharp-cornered. 1 Kg. 157 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 131075

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