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International Developments and Recognition of Socio-Technical Theory |

Neelam, in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


On the contrary, Italy was having a different situationthan France. In Italy, work was organized with rigid structures and tightlycontrols, called as Taylorism, which was seen as a product of Fascism. TheItalian unions were prepared to fight against it and were determined to securecontrol over the work organization (Rollier, 1979). Change proposals were camefrom the unions while management were being their reluctant partners. Later on,the union became a dominant force and were became the major promoters of workhumanization and organizational research.