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Author: Michael Maccoby
ISBN: 0812281535
Subcategory: Management & Leadership
Pages 260 pages
Publisher University of Pennsylvania Press; First Edition edition (January 1, 1991)
Language English
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eBook Sweden at the Edge: Lessons for American and Swedish Managers (Innovations in Organizations Series) download

by Michael Maccoby


Sweden At The Edge book.

Sweden At The Edge book. Michael Maccoby's own contributions provide an in-depth look at the sociotechnical breakthroughs in Sweden, including the first attempt to change the traditional assembly line so that workers would not be treated as a part of the machine. This book is based on a five-year study of Swedish companies (including those based in the . public agencies, and national leaders.

This book is based on a five-year study of Swedish companies (including those based in. .Michael Maccoby Chapter 15 Lessons for Swedish Managers.

This book is based on a five-year study of Swedish companies (including those based in the . Sweden is at the edge geographically, politically, and in terms of managerial innovation. At the northern edge of Europe, Swedes debate their relationship to the Common Market. Chapter 15 Lessons for Swedish Managers.

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Sweden At the Edge: Lessons For American and Swedish Managers. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1991. This describes innovative Swedish management in the context of Swedish culture. Why Work: Leading the New Generation. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1988. Edstrom, Anders, Michael Maccoby, Lennart Stromberg, and Jan Erik Rendahl. Leadership for Sweden. Lund, Sweden: Liber, 1985. This reports interviews with Swedish Leaders in government, business, unions, military and public administration.

Lessons for American and Swedish Managers.

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Lessons for American and Swedish Managers (Innovations in Organizations Series). Published April 1991 by University of Pennsylvania Press.

Maccoby, M. (e. : 1991, Sweden at the Edge - Lessons for American and Swedish Managers (University of.Petry Jr, . 1982, 'The Federal Sentencing Guidelines for Organizations', Center for Business Ethics News 1(1), 4–. oogle Scholar. : 1991, Sweden at the Edge - Lessons for American and Swedish Managers (University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, PA. Nylén, . 1992, 'Företaget, människan och moralen - En undersökning av företagsledares attityder till etiska frågor inom affärslivet' (Business, Man and Morality - a Study of Ethical Views of Swedish Business Leaders), Umeå Business School, FE publikationer (134) (Umeå Business School, Umeå). Michael Maccoby's own contributions provide an in-depth look at the sociotechnical breakthroughs in Sweden, including the first attempt to change the traditional assembly line so that workers would not be treated as a part of the machine

SIDELIGHTS: Michael Maccoby is a psychoanalyst who, as a frequent business consultant, has developed an interest in the psychology of the workplace.

This book is based on a five-year study of Swedish companies (including those based in the U.S.), public agencies, and national leaders. Michael Maccoby's own contributions provide an in-depth look at the sociotechnical breakthroughs in Sweden, including the first attempt to change the traditional assembly line so that workers would not be treated as a part of the machine. He and his collaborators then trace the development as it was further enhanced at the Uddevalla operation, where self-managed worker teams put together entire cars and are responsible for quality and other management functions. They also examine the Volvo Truck corporation, its successful re-organization of White Motors in the competitive U.S. market, and the development of the Volvo General Motors Heavy Truck Corporation.

Sweden at the Edge is an inspiring account of the innovative approach taken by a unified country's ambition to provide employment and to improve working conditions for all its citizens. The authors devote equal time to the problems of executives and middle management, and point to the success of the SAS operation, which, under the direction of Jan Carlzon has become the world model for service management.

This book will find a welcome audience in scholars and students of multinational corporations and management.