Description:Very Good with no dust jacket. 0405123078. Library stamps, slip...Very Good with no dust jacket. 0405123078. Library stamps, slip peel on rear free endpaper, otherwise slight wear. Crisp hardcover.; Ten articles reprinted from the Dec. 1914-Feb. 1917 issues of System, the magazine of business. Contents: How I made a success of my business / Henry Ford; What's Behind Ford's $1, 000, 000 a week? / Harry Franklin Porter; Giving the men a share: What it's doing for Ford / Harry Franklin Porter; Four big lessons from Ford's factory / Harry Franklin Porter; What a new system of management did for us / John S Runnells [Pullman Company]; Scientific managementn in a retail store / C Bertrand Thompson; My plan for applying scientific management / William H Leffingwell; This plan more than doubled our typists' output / W H Leffingwell; What scientific management did for my office / W H Leffingwell; 41 ways to save time in an office / W H Leffingwell. Interesting anthology of contemporary articles on the application of scientific management and Taylorism by american business in the early 20th-century.; History of Management Thought; Ex-Library; 171 pages.
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