Addison-Wesley, 1980 - 330 pages
A member of the AWL OD Series! Work Redesign is a comprehensive, clearly written study of work design as a strategy for personal and organizational change. Linking theory and practical technologies, the book develops traditional and alternative approaches to work design that can benefit both individuals and organizations.
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People and Their Work
The People and the Work
The Work Itself
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