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In the 1970' s we saw a proliferation of new forms of work organization projects designed to improve on productivity and quality of working life. In many ways the new forms of work organization projects were revolutionary in the sense that they represented fundamental changes in how work should be organized, how organizations might be designed and in the nature of labor management relationships. Some examples of these new forms of work organization are discussed below.
B. Graham-Moore (Ed.), Productivity Gainsharing, Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Spectrum Books.