By Frieder Naschold, Robert E. Cole, Bjorn Gustavsen, Hans Van Beinum

Motion examine: in regards to the advancements in Norway within the Eighties.

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The LOM Programme, together with similar programmes in Norway, is the most recent national programme in this historical tradition. Against such a back­ ground it is easy to see why Scandinavian developments in this field have attracted so much attention abroad. The first step in identifying the strategic location of the LOM Programme is thus to look for elements of continuity and of innovative and regressive change at the conceptional level within this tradition. 39). A comparison of the three most important development programmes in Sweden since the mid 1970s at the programmatic-conceptual level enables a provisional evaluation to be made.

The vision and basic conception of the LOM Programme is based on four conceptual building blocks and one central guiding hypothesis. They are pre­ sented below in a simplified and linearised form. (1) The dominant concept of change which continues to underpin the majori­ ty of national programmes and the autonomous strategies of individual firms lies in a direct design orientation. In this approach experts specify the desired structures in the technological, organisational and personnel areas in accor­ dance with the programme's objectives.

45 Frieder N aschold 2. Research participation National research and development programmes place considerable, com­ plex and often contradictory demands on the research personnel involved. Moreover, such "sectoral" and applied programmes not infrequently come into conflict with the established research system with its traditional profes­ sional disciplines and standards. The early days of the W&T Programme, in particular, provide ample illustration of both these aspects. We first present empirical findings on the scientific research potential on which the LOM Programme was able to draw.

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