Shop Management By Frederick Taylor

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Shop Management

Author : Frederick Winslow Taylor
ISBN : 9783732627059
Genre : Fiction
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Shop Management

Author : Frederick Taylor,
ISBN : 172275348X
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Shop Management Frederick winslow Taylor, Through his business in changing the methods of shop management, the writer has been brought into intimate contact over a period of years with the organization of manufacturing and industrial establishments, covering a large variety and range of product, and employing workmen in many of the leading trades. In taking a broad view of the field of management, the two facts which appear most noteworthy are: (a) What may be called the great unevenness, or lack of uniformity shown, even in our best run works, in the development of the several elements, which together constitute what is called the management. (b) The lack of apparent relation between good shop management and the payment of dividends.

Shop Management Large Print

Author : Frederick Winslow Taylor
ISBN : 1725529971
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Shop Management Frederick Winslow Taylor The most severe trial to which any system can be subjected is that of a business which is in keen competition over a large territory, and in which the labor cost of production forms a large element of the expense, and it is in such establishments that one would naturally expect to find the best type of management. We are delighted to publish this classic book as part of our extensive Classic Library collection. Many of the books in our collection have been out of print for decades, and therefore have not been accessible to the general public. The aim of our publishing program is to facilitate rapid access to this vast reservoir of literature, and our view is that this is a significant literary work, which deserves to be brought back into print after many decades. The contents of the vast majority of titles in the Classic Library have been scanned from the original works. To ensure a high quality product, each title has been meticulously hand curated by our staff. Our philosophy has been guided by a desire to provide the reader with a book that is as close as possible to ownership of the original work. We hope that you will enjoy this wonderful classic work, and that for you it becomes an enriching experience.

The Taylor And Other Systems Of Shop Management

Author : United States. Congress. House. Special Committee to Investigate the Taylor and Other Systems of Shop Management
ISBN : UOM:39015040120936
Genre : Factory management
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Category: Factory management

The Visible Hand

Author : Alfred D. Chandler Jr.
ISBN : 0674940520
Genre : Business & Economics
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Examines the processes of production and distribution in the U.S. and the ways in which their management has become increasingly systematized
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Scientific Management

Author : J.-C. Spender
ISBN : 9781461314219
Genre : Business & Economics
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Many of those interested in the effect of industry on contemporary life are also interested in Frederick W. Taylor and his work. He was a true character, the stuff of legends, enormously influential and quintessentially American, an award-winning sportsman and mechanical tinkerer as well as a moralizing rationalist and early scientist. But he was also intensely modem, one of the long line of American social reformers exploiting the freedom to present an idiosyncratic version of American democracy, in this case one that began in the industrial workplace. Such as wide net captures an amazing range of critics and questioners as well as supporters. So much is puzzling, ambiguous, unexplained and even secret about Taylor's life that there will be plenty of scope for re-examination, re-interpretation and disagreement for years to come. But there is a surge of fresh interest and new analyses have appeared in recent years (e. g. Wrege, C. & R. Greenwood, 1991 "F. W. Taylor: The father of scientific management", Business One Irwin, Homewood IL; Nelson, D. (Ed. ) 1992 "The mental revolution: Scientific management since Taylor", Ohio State University Press, Columbus OH). We know other books are under way. As is customary, we offer this additional volume respectfully to our academic and managerial colleagues, from whatever point of view they approach scientific management, in the hope that it will provoke fresh thought and discussion. But we have a more aggressive agenda.
Category: Business & Economics

F W Taylor

Author : John Cunningham Wood
ISBN : 0415248221
Genre : Industrial engineers
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Following the volumes on Henri Fayol, this next mini-set in the series focuses on F.W. Taylor, the initiator of "scientific management". Taylor set out to transform what had previously been a crude art form in to a firm body of knowledge.
Category: Industrial engineers


Author : Arthur G. Bedeian
ISBN : UOM:39015025850788
Genre : Business & Economics
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Category: Business & Economics

Great Writers On Organizations

Author : Derek Salman Pugh
ISBN : 0754670562
Genre : Social Science
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Great Writers on Organizations presents succinctly each of the contributions made by 80 of the most prominent management thinkers to the understanding of organizational behaviour and managerial thinking. New writers included in the Third Omnibus Edition are: Lex Donaldson, Stewart Clegg, Richard Whitley, Michel Foucault and Kathleen Eisenhardt.
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Manufacturing Knowledge

Author : Richard Gillespie
ISBN : 0521456436
Genre : Business & Economics
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What motivates workers to work harder? What can management do to create a contented and productive workforce? Discussion of these questions would be incomplete without reference to the Hawthorne experiments, one of the most famous pieces of research ever conducted in the social and behavioral sciences. Drawing on the original records of the experiments and the personal papers of the researchers, Richard Gillespie has reconstructed the intellectual and political dynamics of the experiments as they evolved from the tentative experimentation to seemingly authoritative publications. Manufacturing Knowledge raises fundamental questions about the nature of scientific knowledge, and about the assumptions and evidence that underlay debates on worker productivity.
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Frederick Taylor And The Public Administration Community

Author : Hindy Lauer Schachter
ISBN : 0791401405
Genre : Political Science
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This book argues that the "authoritarian" depiction of Frederick Taylor trivializes his important contribution. Schachter's analysis of Taylor's work shows that he actually originated many of the human relations insights that the literature attributes to Mayo, Maslow, and McGregor. Introduced are two major arguments. Through an examination of Taylor's work, a new way of understanding his actual approach to management is opened. Also discussed are the political and historical reasons that led to the distortion of his work.
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An Enduring Quest

Author : Ferdinand F. Leimkuhler
ISBN : 1557535442
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The process of industrialization that began over two hundred years ago is continuing to change the way people work and live, and doing it very rapidly, in places like China and India. At the forefront of this movement is the profession of industrial engineering that develops and applies the technology that drives industrialization. This book describes how industrial engineering evolved over the past two centuries developing methods and principles for the planning, design, and control of production and service systems. The story focuses on the growth of the discipline at Purdue University where it helped shape the university itself and made substantial contributions to the industrialization of America and the world. The story includes colorful and creative people like Frank and Lillian Gilbreth of Cheaper by the Dozen fame. Lillian was the first lady of American engineering as well a founder of Purdue's Industrial Engineering.
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Frederick W Taylor And The Rise Of Scientific Management

Author : Daniel Nelson
ISBN : UOM:39015001792764
Genre : Business & Economics
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The author discusses the influence of Taylor in transforming the philosophy of American industry from the "factory system" to "scientific management." Nelson believes that though Taylor is best remembered for techniques such as time study, he was a reformer whose ideas were more readily adopted after his death, following World War I.
Category: Business & Economics