After Lean Production: Evolving Employment Practices in the World Auto Industry (Cornell International Industrial and Labor Relations Reports (Paperback))
Thomas A. Kochan, Russell D. Lansbury, John Paul MacduffieISBN: 0801484138;
"This book has two main strengths. First, its approach gives a sense of the texture and variety of the implementation of lean production, the forces that shape it in practice, and the alternatives that may be available. Second, the book's international focus provides a wealth of fascinating material concerning the influence of national conditions on the shaping of production practices."--Harley Shaiken, author of Work Transformed: Automation and Labor in the Computer Age Nearly every country that produces cars views the automobile industry as strategically important because of its direct economic significance and because it serves as a bellwether for innovation in employment conditions. In this book, industrial relations experts from eleven countries consider the state of the industry worldwide. They are particularly interested in assessing whether the loudly heralded model of lean production initiated by Toyota has become pervasive.The contributors focus on employment practices:...
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