By David Lewin, Bruce E. Kaufman
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49), vehemently expresses the classical disbelief in collective management. Arguing more strongly than Weber for this inclination, he stated that ‘‘organization implies the tendency to oligarchy y. As a result of organization, every party or professional union becomes divided into a minority of directors and a majority of directed’’ (Michels, 1981, p. 42). Because most organizational theorists assume Michels’s ‘‘Iron Law of Oligarchy’’ as a given in their research, few studies seek to explore the functionings of organizations where hierarchy and oligarchy are not present.
Walton, R. , & McKersie, R. B. (1965). A behavioral theory of labor negotiations: An analysis of a social interaction system. New York: McGraw-Hill. Wragg, E. , Haynes, G. , Wragg, C. M. & Chamberlin, R. P. (2001). Performance related pay: The views and experiences of 1,000 primary and secondary head teachers’, Teachers’ Incentive Pay Project, Occasional Paper No. 1, University of Exeter. APPENDIX. SAMPLE DESIGN AND QUESTIONNAIRE The questionnaire was developed in close consultation with the teachers’ unions and the Department for Education and Skills, and piloted on groups of lay representatives.
Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations, Volume 15 by David Lewin, Bruce E. Kaufman