Visits of factory

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➼ The visit of factory is an exercise which hasn’t the status of the ground inquiry in factory, made by observations and by interviewes. It is mostly organized by the company according to a standard plan during two to four hours. The visits adapted to the demands of the researchers are possible in certain circumstances, but less frequent. In the one or the other case, they can, when they are well prepared, to be nevertheless sources of observations and information which they would be regrettable to neglect. They sometimes allow useful comparisons with carefully studied grounds.

✔ Freyssenet M., « L’usine Toyota de Zarate (Province de Buenos Aires, Argentine). Une adaptation locale de l’usine de Tahara n°1 », La Lettre du GERPISA, n°119, janvier 1998, pp 15-18. Édition numérique, http://freyssenet.com/?q=fr/node/365 , 2006, 145 Ko.

✔ Freyssenet M., « L’usine General Motors de Rosario. (Province de Santa Fe, Argentine). Première des quatre usines de “haute technologie” que GM avait décidé de construire dans les pays émergents », La Lettre du GERPISA, n°120, février 1998, pp 15-18. Édition numérique, http://freyssenet.com/?q=node/366 , 2006, 150 Ko.

✔ Boyer R., Charron E., Freyssenet M., “La réouverture d'Uddevalla”, La Lettre du GERPISA, Mars 1996, n°101. Éditions numériques, gerpisa.univ-evry.fr, 2001, 12 Ko; freyssenet.com, 2006, 100 Ko.