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2008 | nr 4 | 65--71
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Quality circles
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W artykule podjęto problematykę rozwoju programów kół jakości i sposobów ich wdrażania w organizacji, właściwości tego typu grup, przyczyn implementacji kół jakości oraz ich miejsca w systemie partycypacji w organizacji. (abstrakt oryginalny)
The article deals with the development of quality circles' programs, reasons and methods of their implementation, as well as their place in the participation systems of the organization. (original abstract)
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