Uczestnictwo robotników w zarządzaniu - uwarunkowania sukcesu
Participation of Workers in Management - Determinants of Success
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The workers’ self-management in Poland is a term describing an institution the aim of which is participation in management. The article provides information about principles of operation of the workers’ self-management and its organizational forms. On the basis of sociological studies devoted to functioning of the workers’ self-management the author discusses factors determining expansion of workers’ participation in management, and namely: 1. Socio-political conditions, i.e. socialization of ownership of production means and socialist administration, way of management of the economy, company’.' autonomy, socialist democracy; 2. Economic conditions, i.e. achieving indexes of plan implementation and economic effectiveness; 3. Technical and organizational conditions, i.e. technological level and organization of jobs and working groups; 4. Educational background and level of professional qualifications; 5. Character of social diversification of a working team and type of group interests; 6. Size of the company and multiplant (multi-department) organization; 7. Formal and legal solutions; 8. Attitude to the self-management of authoritative social bodies including the political party, trade unions, administration, mass media; 9. Atmosphere and style of management in the company; 10. Active participation in activities of the self-management of a numerous group of committed workers; 11. „Education for self-management” of managerial staff, actively involved members, and employees.
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