Sweden experienced a strong increase in productivity during the first part of the 1990s. Data from the Swedish Working Life Fund show that the productivity increase is linked to changes in work organization. These changes did not break with the Swedish tradition of expanding on work roles and the potential for learning and development among shop floor workers. The new element in the changed organization of work relates first and foremost to development processes as such, and new ways in which to broaden and accelerate such processes.
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Håkansta, Carin & Merle Jacob
2016. Mode 2 and the Tension Between Excellence and Utility: The Case of a Policy-Relevant Research Field in Sweden. Minerva 54:1 ► pp. 1 ff.
Launis, Kirsti & Juha Pihlaja
2007. Changes in production concepts emphasize problems in work-related well-being. Safety Science 45:5 ► pp. 603 ff.
2019. Alternative Learning Frameworks: Workplace Innovation Programmes and Smart Specialisation Policies in the Basque Country. International Journal of Action Research :2-3/2018 ► pp. 181 ff.
Syvänen, Sirpa & Kaija Loppela
2022. Remote and Technology-Based Dialogic Development during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Positive and Negative Experiences, Challenges, and Learnings. Challenges 13:1 ► pp. 2 ff.
Åteg, Mattias, Ing‐Marie Andersson & Gunnar Rosén
2009. Change processes for attractive work in small manufacturing companies. Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing & Service Industries 19:1 ► pp. 35 ff.
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