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80 Such attitudes were depressing and prompted Weir and the Board to do some stocktaking, to decide how best to proceed. 81 The need was clearly to win over some of the doubters. It was therefore decided that Weir should hold a meeting of representatives of all of the interested associations in order ‘to get their general co-operation on the project’. This occasion could be stage-managed, with some exhortatory speeches and an intervention from a trusted ‘plant’ on the floor rallying those present behind a suitably worded resolution.

45 Measured against previous Conservative policies, this sounded quite radical, and so there was a measure of debate within the party as to whether it was at all acceptable. 46 Nevertheless, at the top of the hierarchy, attitudes remained essentially unchanged, and so Conservative leaders entered the election campaign urging measures of a much more traditional type. Typical here was an article in July 1945 by Oliver Lyttelton, which accepted that Whitehall had some role to play in promoting productivity growth, but emphasised again that the mainspring of change must be private enterprise.

In this scenario, linking the worker to the enterprise through participation was one of the best instruments left for ensuring labour commitment. 21 The third component in Labour’s package was concerned with management. The war had, of course, focused attention on management as never before, and this was as true in the ranks of the Left as elsewhere. 22 What was needed for the future was a cohort of managers who were both technically competent and attuned to (once again) what were predicted as the coming industrial relations realities.

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