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Toward an Appreciation of Quality of Life and Quality of Work Life

and Quality of Work Life Nitish R De We still are in search of a vocabulary to describe an organisation system that can adequately capture the quest for quality in life

Worker Participation in Formal Sector in Developing Countries-A Balance-sheet

in Developing Countries A Balance-sheet Nitish R De This paper off era a critique of worker participation practices in vogue in most developing countries. It is not suggested that sponsored schemes inevitably end up in failure and that voluntary schemes always succeed. The authors approach is leased instead on learning from the four cases reported in the initial part of the paper.

Concept of a Holding Company-Elements of Structural Design

Elements of Structural Design Nitish R De In 1972, an effort was initiated to revitalise the Central government public enterprise system. A high-powered committee teas set up to look into the structure, internal working, and enterprise-ministry interface concerning some of the key enterprises.

Organisational Energy A Diagnostic Exercise

Exercise Nitish R De One objective of the approach adopted in this paper is to develop a process, simple enough, to diagnose an organisation system with some leads to initiate action-oriented change projects. Another objective is to view human resources as an organic entity of individual and collective energy. A human being as a worker can he viewed as an energy system rathet than as a role-rooted instrumentally- related work input. Such an approach is developm n'-oriented in the context of the complex criss-cross relations which bind people-at-work. Their subjective orientations can provide insights for objective analysis.

Training for Public Enterprise Managers-Relevance of Organisation Development

Relevance of Organisation Development Nitish R De One can understand why team-building, as an important strategy for bringing about change in the organisational process, is more acceptable to American organisations. It is also effective in the Japanese situation, as the popularity of the quality control circles movement indicates. In the Indian context, concern for organisational stability may generate forces of resistance to environmentally desirable change. Development of a collective strategy for organisational change could be facilitated, provided the strategy does not clash with the predominant values.

Organisational Development-An Interim Balance-Sheet

An Interim Balance-Sheet This paper has a limited focus. Its conceptual content will be as limited as its descriptive coverage. After providing a bird's eye-view of the concept of Organisational Development (OD) the paper will deal with (a) The progress of the OD approach in India, spearheaded by HM, Calcutta; (b) Some major problems encountered in Indian Organisations which are steadily responding to the OD intervention:

Gherao as a Technique for Social Intervention

Intervention Nitish R De The Gherao movement became endemic in West Bengal during the United Front regime in 1967. The movement re-emerged in 1969, offering certain new characteristics absent in the earlier phase of the movement.

Black Power Confrontation in United States

The current racial conflicts in United States involving such issues as housing and education are based as much on issues of poverty and social class as on racism. The gloomy facts of Negro life and living are not relieved by some improvement in his economic conditions.

Gheraos in West Bengal

In the first three parts of this article (November 18 and 25 and December 2) the authors examined the general socio-economic background against which the gherao movement developed in West Bengal, the occurrence of gheraos in different industries and trades, the extent of trade union involvement, the role of inter-union rivalry and aggressive employer response in heightening tension, and the effectiveness of gheraos as judged by the manner of their resolution.

Gheraos in West Bengal

This article attempts a study of the extent and character of gheraos in West Bengal, their impact on industrial relations and the basic issues at the root of this new expression of industrial conflict.

Gheraos in West Bengal

A Study in Industrial Conflict Nitish R De Suresh Srivastava This article attempts a study of the extent and character of gheraos in West Bengal, their impact on industrial relations and the basic issues at the root of this new expression of industrial unrest.

Gheraos in West Bengal

This article attempts to study the extent and character of gheraos in West Bengal, their impact on ndustrial relations and the basic issues which are at the root of this new expression of industrial unrest.

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