• Finnemore
    Finnemore Open system vs Dunlop’s system theory Framework 1. Based on Dunlop’s system theory to understand Industrial Relations – 1958 2. Dunlop focused on System rules – Finnemore based an open system framework 3. Both are Theoretical frame work to define Industrial relation system...
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  • System and Change in Industrial Relations Analysis
    this vast and often debated area of industrial relations. His article looks at two types of model building in IR. First, the traditional model of systems-thinking set forth by John Dunlop, one of the pioneers of IR theory. Introduced in 1958, Dunlop’s system theory of IR tries to provide tools to...
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  • Boook 1
    viewed as the process of rule making for the workplace (Dunlop, 1958); job regulation (Flanders, 1965); social regulation of production (Cox, 1971); the employment relationship as structured antagonism (Edwards, 2005); social regulation of market forces (Hyman, 1995); process of capitalist production and...
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    welcomed not only in fashion industry but also in some precise mechanics industry. In 1958, its production Geophysics has been used in the Antarctica research basement. And in the same year, the capital of “William Anderson” Submarine has worn the ´same watch across the artic pole, pacific and Atlantic...
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  • Managing Employee Relations
    . The influence of academics * John Dunlop (1958), Richard Hyman (1975), Alan Flanders (1970) and Alan Fox (1966) - interest to identify the underlying dynamics and structural forces that were 'determining' worker behaviour. * Developed theoretical contributions that offered insights into...
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  • Definition of Industrial Relations
    aside the concept of job regulation. Dunlop (1958:7) states that industrial relations is an interplay of three sets of actors. It is seen to be comprised of certain actors, certain contexts, an ideology which binds the industrial system together and a body of rules created to govern the actors at...
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  • Labour Relationship Review of Litereture
    REVIEW OF LITERATURE Labour Relations in Colonial PNG A country’s fundamental features of industrial relations whether in whole or segment, according to the late Dunlop, one of foremost American labour relations scholars,depended on three factors: the effect of chronological period, the pattern...
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  • Industrial Relations
    :- employers, employees, government agencies. 2. Environmental contexts :- tech, market, budgets, distribution of power 3. Procedural rules governing the actors 4. Common beliefs, ideologies encouraging actors to compromise This also known as systems theory. John Dunlop developed it in 1958.The...
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  • Human Resource Management
    manager in an organisation, and we will see how some functions can influence the strategies of other functions. The first one is Industrial Relations systems and processes, according to Dunlop(1958), this is “the process by which human beings and organizations interact at the workplace, and more...
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  • Partnership and Managerialist Assault on Collective Employment Relations
    characteristics that would or would not make it a successful vehicle for conflict resolution and improvement of labour-capital relations. Ever since Dunlop (1958) proposed the systems theory as a theoretical framework for the analysis of ER, conflict in the sense of difference of interests or expectations...
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  • Strategic Choice Theory
    (Kochan, et.al, 1984) and his colleagues in the mid 1980s attempting to explain the transformation of the U.S. industrial relations when all other contemporary theories failed to. For example, in 1960s and 1970s the Dunlop’s systems theory (Dunlop, 1958) was widely accepted whereas some anomalies...
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  • Hr Cw
    above are very distinct in explanation. Rose sees employee relations as the rules and regulations imposed between the employee and employers, its a little narrow compared to the wider description by Heery and Noon. Who understands employee relations as a substitute of industrial relations. Dunlop...
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  • Labour
    Carolina Press. Dunlop, J. (1958), Industrial Relations Systems, Rhinehart & Winston, New York. Gennard, J. and Judge, G. (2002) Employee Relations, 3rd ed . Wimbledon: Institute of Personnel and Development. Kessler, I. and Purcell, J. (2003) ‘Individualism and collectivism in industrial...
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  • Managing People at Work
    Introduction Employment relation is the relationships between employer and employees, trade union and management, works and union and between workers and workers. It also includes all sorts of relationships at both formal and informal levels in the organization. Dunlop, J.T (1958) defines...
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  • Tmi Tecnology Managemnt
    isomorphism and collective rationality in organizational fields', American Sociological Review, 48: 147-60. Dowling, B. and Richardson, R. (1997) 'Evaluating Performance-related Pay for Managers in the National Health Service', The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 3(8): 348-66. Dunlop...
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  • industrial relations
    the existence of the principle of hierarchical rewards. (Fox, 1973: 219). The false assumption of parties sharing common ideas. Thus, Dunlop (1958: 380) opines that an industrial relations system at any one time in its development comprises, among others, an ideology, which binds the industrial...
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  • Case Studies
    US steel industry C-128 CASE 10 Pacific Dunlop: Caught on the half volley C-157 CASE 11 Philip Morris C-173 CASE 12 Pisces Group of Singapore C-188 CASE 13 Raffles, Singapore’s historic hotel C-194 CASE 14 Southwest Airlines, 1996 C-205 Introduction Preparing an effective case analysis...
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  • Contract
    ; Instruments Act 1958 (Vic) s 126. There is no written contract, it was therefore not ‘made’ in writing. Is there sufficient note or memorandum? The note or memorandum has to be ‘signed by party to be charged’. In addition, note or memorandum would only be sufficient if it consists all essential...
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    country. The National Defense Highway Act of 1956 developed a 41,000-mile interstate highway system that encouraged travel. The country’s motels recorded $850 million in receipts in 1958. Not only motels, but also the steel, rubber, petroleum and construction industries all grew rich and dependent on cars...
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  • Perspective of Management
    various models or designs for an industrial relations system. Among the contributions, the most outstanding has been that of Prof. Dunlop of Harvard University. His systems treatment deserves special mention in view of its wider applicability. His book Industrial Relations Systems (1958) was a...
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