In this article I will discuss my experiences over the last six years in working to develop democratically organized, self-managed businesses, and describe what I learned in the process. Self-management refers to an organizational system in which working members both own and control their own business, using a democratic method involving one worker-one vote. My experiences span two organizations, the first a national organization which I shall call the National Self-Management Organization (NSMO), the second a regional organization which I shall call the Regional Self-Management Organization (RSMO).
Benello, C. George
"Clinical Sociology in the Service of Social Change: The Experience of Developing Worker Management,"
Clinical Sociology Review:
1, Article 10.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/csr/vol1/iss1/10