Worker participation is suddenly a household word. It is being written about in the media and used in speeches as if it were a new piece of equipment, like a computer, that can be installed easily in any work organization. The impression gained is that to have worker participation, one need only have workers participate in management meetings. The purpose of this paper is to propose a method of implementing change which can cope with the difficult problems faced when implementing worker participation.
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