By F. Emery, E. Thorsrud
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Extra info for Democracy at Work: The Report of the Norwegian Industrial Democracy Program (International Series on the Quality of Working Life)
One of them raised the quesdon whether it might be possible to try to run the machines during the lunch break so that the men could get some encouragement. He was told to wait and see. Group members felt uneasy because the other workers in the wire drawing mill did not seem to know much about the experiment. Although informed, they were sceptical towards the group system. Group members found it difficult to answer questions and explain potential advantages of the group system of working. The importance of the experiment in developing more democratic work relations on the shop floor seemed not to impress the majority of workers.
3. Phase Ill Literally the experiment was over with the sixth week and for the remainder of the agreed three months period Group A settled back to working so that the status quo would not be threatened. The men worked on the old ratio of one man, one machine. They did not entirely give up trying to exploit the potentiality of the system, but with the time they now had at their joint disposal for productive work, they suggested a scheme whereby they would stagger the times at which members took meal breaks and keep the benches running continuously through the shift.
5. Status and duration of the experiment. Management and union both accepted the definition of the status and recommendation for the duration of the experiment put forward by the researchers. Communication to the workers in the mill was not so successful particularly in the case of the majority who had not been personally approached as potential participants. Amongst them there were feelings that the experiment already implied management's commitment to change along these lines. Regarding those conditions which were seen as desirable but not necessary at the beginning of the experiment, the position was as follows: 1.
Democracy at Work: The Report of the Norwegian Industrial Democracy Program (International Series on the Quality of Working Life) by F. Emery, E. Thorsrud
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