Orchestration in work environment policy programs

Peter Hasle, Hans Jørgen Limborg, Sisse Grøn, Bjarke Refslund

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In spite of many years efforts it is difficult to prove substantial improvements of the work envi-ronment and policymakers are continuously searching for new efficient strategies. This paper ex-amines the concept of orchestration of work environment programs, based on an empirical analy-sis of recent Danish policy. Orchestration is a strategy where different stakeholders and activities are integrated into a unified program aimed at a specific target group. The analysis includes three policy cases, supplemented with two company case studies. The research shows a move towards a more governance type of regulation which is not only emerging in network, but also includes more explicitly orchestrated policy programs. The stakeholders participate in the network with different interests and the orchestration of work environment policies is therefore built on a platform of regulation, as it is especially important for employers and unions as key stakeholders in order to accept these shared policies.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftNordic Journal of Working Life Studies
Vol/bind7
Udgave nummer3
Sider (fra-til)43-62
ISSN2245-0157
DOI
StatusUdgivet - sep. 2017

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  • Work Environment
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Hasle, Peter ; Limborg, Hans Jørgen ; Grøn, Sisse ; Refslund, Bjarke. / Orchestration in work environment policy programs. I: Nordic Journal of Working Life Studies. 2017 ; Bind 7, Nr. 3. s. 43-62.
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Orchestration in work environment policy programs. / Hasle, Peter; Limborg, Hans Jørgen; Grøn, Sisse; Refslund, Bjarke.

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