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The Fordist period.
Fordism is defined as an organisation of industry and work which was seen as a
system of mass production, assembly line work and strict regulation and structuring of
work tasks (lecture notes). Dramatic changes in the organisation and composition of
work over the last five decades have seen production becoming more flexible and
specialised enabling a greater variety of goods to be produced. More multi-purpose
machinery and equipment have ultimately reduced the size of the workforce thus
producing a more highly skilled and responsible workforce. The traditional
organisation of work s…
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