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A Factory which remains Fordist: The Ford Dearborn Assembly Plant

  • Steve Babson
  • Jean-Pierre Durand
  • Paul Stewart

Abstract

Our primary focus is to produce a world class quality vehicle at a competitive price with a skilled and trained workforce that participates in decisions that affect them and their families and fosters pride in their contributions to the overall success of the organisation (Non-traditional Operating Agreement — Ford Motor Company—UAW, 1995)

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Team Leader Automobile Industry Work Organisation Employee Involvement Assembly Plant 
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Bibliography

  1. Ford—UAW (1991) Modern Operating Agreement. Dearborn Michigan, November.Google Scholar
  2. Ford—UAW (1985–95) Correspondence between Ford and the UAW with respect to implementation of the Modern Operating and the Non Traditional Operating Agreement.Google Scholar
  3. Ford-UAW (1995) Non Traditional Operating Agreement. Dearborn Michigan, October.Google Scholar
  4. Guidelines and Procedures for Employee Involvement Groups. Dearborn Assembly Plant, 6 December 1988 (draft).Google Scholar

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© Jean-Pierre Durand, Paul Stewart and Juan José Castillo 1999

Authors and Affiliations

  • Steve Babson
  • Jean-Pierre Durand
  • Paul Stewart

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