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Managing to Change?

British Workplaces and the Future of Work

  • Authors
  • Michael White
  • Stephen Hill
  • Colin Mills
  • Deborah Smeaton
Book

Part of the The Future of Work Series book series (TFW)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Michael White, Stephen Hill, Colin Mills, Deborah Smeaton
    Pages 1-21
  3. Michael White, Stephen Hill, Colin Mills, Deborah Smeaton
    Pages 22-38
  4. Michael White, Stephen Hill, Colin Mills, Deborah Smeaton
    Pages 39-53
  5. Michael White, Stephen Hill, Colin Mills, Deborah Smeaton
    Pages 54-68
  6. Michael White, Stephen Hill, Colin Mills, Deborah Smeaton
    Pages 69-83
  7. Michael White, Stephen Hill, Colin Mills, Deborah Smeaton
    Pages 84-100
  8. Michael White, Stephen Hill, Colin Mills, Deborah Smeaton
    Pages 101-116
  9. Michael White, Stephen Hill, Colin Mills, Deborah Smeaton
    Pages 117-131
  10. Michael White, Stephen Hill, Colin Mills, Deborah Smeaton
    Pages 132-148
  11. Michael White, Stephen Hill, Colin Mills, Deborah Smeaton
    Pages 149-165
  12. Michael White, Stephen Hill, Colin Mills, Deborah Smeaton
    Pages 166-180
  13. Back Matter
    Pages 181-214

About this book

Introduction

This book presents new and authoritative evidence about change at the workplace, using it to cast light on recent debates about the future of work. The basic questions it poses are whether, and how, British workplaces are responding to the challenge of change, and what are the implications of change both for managers and employees. Using up-to-date information from 2000 workplaces, it provides a realistic basis for envisaging the changes through the first decade of the 21st century. It is accessible to a wide audience of policy makers, managers, professionals, students and academics.

Keywords

information labour management management control Profiling regulation science and technology

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