Werknemers buitenspel in technologische innovatie? | Amsterdam University Press Journals Online
2004
Volume 40, Issue 1
  • ISSN: 0169-2216
  • E-ISSN: 2468-9424

Abstract

Samenvatting

Het technologie debat focust sterk op de potentiële gevolgen voor werknemers en organisaties. Veel minder is bekend over het ontwikkel- en implementatieproces van technologie. Het is net in dat proces dat de keuzes gemaakt worden die de uiteindelijke gevolgen van technologische innovatie bepalen. Voor mijn proefschrift onderzocht ik de rol van werknemersparticipatie in technologische innovatieprocessen. Ik stelde vast dat de invloed van werknemers en vakbonden bij technologische innovatie eerder beperkt is en dat ons huidig denken over technologie als zijnde apolitiek en deterministisch deze positie van werknemers verder dreigt te eroderen. Deze assumpties stroken bovendien niet met de werkelijkheid. Op de werkvloer is technologische innovatie nog steeds een politiek, situatie-specifiek proces met gedeeltelijk contingente uitkomsten. Door het politieke karakter van technologische innovatie te minimaliseren, zal technologie op de werkvloer vooral de status quo versterken.

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