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Far from employing abstract and "fundamentalist" evaluation crite ria to decide the "value" of a programme, our approach seeks to determine the strategic position of the vision and the fundamental concepts underlying the programme, this with respect to three very different contexts: - the Swedish/Scandanavian tradition of development programmes; - the international research approach known as Action Research (AR) or "Socio-technical System Design" (STSD); - functionally comparable development strategies in countries such as Japan, the USA and Germany.
39). A comparison of the three most important development programmes in Sweden since the mid 1970s at the programmatic-conceptual level enables a provisional evaluation to be made. The schematic sketch of the three development programmes reveals a number of significant elements of continuity. e. development processes are conceived as taking place at firm or local level, as opposed to ge:Qeralised, universalistic approaches; this accompanied by a continual expansion of the "organisation al unit" on which the programmes have concentrated ·from the individual job, to the work group to the firm as a whole.
Strict horizontal and vertical division of labour (tay-lorismf fordism) Negotiations between representatives of management and workforces (unions and work councils) Management and unions/works councils Result and design· orientation 5 Participation model: Japan's KAIZEN movement Limited horizontal and vertical division of labour with high levels of co=unication and cooperation Workforce mobilisation ·(esp. blue-collar) with non-directive management support Organisation in a network of cooperation between management and workforces Process and design-orientation 6 Participation model: Sweden's LOM Progra=e Strict horizontal and vertical division of labour (tay-lorism!
Constructing the New Industrial Society by Frieder Naschold, Robert E. Cole, Bjorn Gustavsen, Hans Van Beinum