Anders Wikman | The National Institute for Working Life, Stockholm
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ISBN 9789027217738 (Eur) | EUR68.00
ISBN 9781556198274 (USA) | USD102.00
ISBN 9789027276155 | EUR68.00 | USD102.00
The Swedish Working Life Fund — a temporary organization functioning from 1990 to 1995 — distributed 10 billion Swedish crowns for workplace development and initiated 25,000 projects. About half of the total labor market was affected. This evaluation study, which is built on case studies as well as a survey of a representative sample of the project population, describes the emergent characteristics of organization development in Swedish enterprises and services. In order to locate the efforts of the Fund within an explanatory context, the study draws on the idea of concept-driven change, of participation in development processes, of development coalitions, of infrastructure for change and of a society, that is supportive of change.
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