The Symbiosis Of Work And Technology
Since the 1950s individual researchers and research groups in many countries Have Developed So-Called Symbiotic Design Methods And Approaches, Which have tried to integrate technical, organisational and social goals in order to create economically viable production systems. If implemented Successfully, "Symbiotic Systems" Offer Enhanced Worker And System performance, competitive leverage and employee benefits. Based on contributions from international authors, this text provides state-of-the- art research which is intended to help realise the aims of this innovative initiative.
- Hardback | 128 pages
- 170.7 x 256.5 x 15.5mm | 553.39g
- 11 Jul 1995
- Taylor & Francis Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
Table of contents
Symbiotic Approaches: Contents And Issues; Anthropocentric Production Systems: A New Leitbild for an Industrial Symbiotic Work and Technology Culture in Europe; Modern Sociotechnology: Exploring the Frontiers; The Swedish Sociotechnical Approach: Strengths and Weaknesses; "Technikgestaltung" Shaping of Technology and Direct Participation: German Experiences in Managing Technological Changes; Managing Sociotechnical Change: A Configuration Approach to Technology Implementation; A Practical Theory and Tool for Specifying Sociotechnical Requirements to Achieve Organisational Effectiveness; Artificial Intelligence and Knowledge-Based Systems: A New Challenge for the Human Centered Perspective?; Will Symbiotic Approaches Become Mainstream?.