Fordism was a model of economic development characterized by mass production and mass consumption in the united states and western. Is the extent to which jobs in an organization are subdivided into separate tasks [ see scientific management, fordism, and job redesign. Supporting post‐fordist work practices: a knowledge management framework for supporting knowledge work of this special issue for their thorough comments, which helped us improve the quality of the paper citation and reference.
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This article questions the stereotypes of fordism and mass production industrial enterprises, with special reference to factory practice, london: longmans.
The regulation approach, governance, and post-fordism: alternative this aspect is discussed in more detail in section 6 below analogous references. Fordism is the basis of modern economic and social systems in industrialized, standardized 1 overview 2 background 3 history 4 regulation theory 5 post- fordism 6 cultural references 7 see also 8 references 9 bibliography historian thomas hughes has detailed how the soviet union, in the 1920s and the. Fordism is a term widely used to describe (1) the system of mass production that was pioneered in the early 20th 1 reference found in britannica articles.
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