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Wrong, not because it would have been impolite, arrogant, or immoral in some THE FOUNDATION PHASE 27 other way, but because ditching their research concept and replacing it with our own would have the opposite result than the one we desired, namely to link our discourse up with theirs. Even an explication completely devoid of complicated terminology, as an argument for an alternative research conception, would not be assimilated as anything other than a foreign body in their discourse. There is simply too great a difference between their context and ours, in terms of experience, conceptions, premisses and terminology as a common ground for discussion about research, for an isolated segment of an argument, a text, to be transplanted into a completely different context.
The focus is redirected from today’s worries towards a future organizational form. In the present case there were two considerations that persuaded us that we should not hold out overly high hopes regarding the degree of interest the participants would invest in a discussion about alternative forms of organization. First of all, significant changes in the company’s technology or total work organization were not likely to take place in the near future (three to five years). Secondly, the very size of the factory was such that many participants would not find it easy to discuss organizational questions from the point of view of the company as a whole.
Habermas intends this primarily to denote interest organizations. R. Kalleberg (1983, p. ) has argued for the establishment of a ‘discussing public sphere’, internal to companies. See also his ‘Demokratisering av foretak’ (Kalleberg, 1984, p. ). THE FOUNDATION PHASE 41 too little contact with the people they were supposed to supervise; the information for, and the training of new employees was not good enough; people became involved in new projects at too late a stage; some felt they were under surveillance by supervisors and department heads; the organization and allotment of tasks was not as it should be (among other things, in the form of too much borrowing by people from other departments); and, in connection with absenteeism, there was an uneven distribution of the workload between those at work.
Black Science 007 (2014) (digital) (Son of Ultron-Empire) by Rick Remender