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Curricular Implications for Participative Management in Technology Education

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James Smallwood

Morehead State University, US
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Assistant Professor, Department of Industrial Education and Technology, Morehead State University, Morehead, KY.

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Abstract

Carl Harshman (1982) believes the United States may be experiencing the most significant change in the work place since the Industrial Revolution. The movement involves a transformation from the traditional, bureaucratic style of management to a more participatory relationship. This new philosophy, known as participative management, attempts to improve the utilization of human resources by involving individual workers in decisions affecting their work.

How to Cite: Smallwood, J. (1991). Curricular Implications for Participative Management in Technology Education. Journal of Technology Education, 2(2), 1–9. DOI: http://doi.org/10.21061/jte.v2i2.a.5
Published on 22 Mar 1991.
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