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Organizing a Factory: An Analysis of the Elements in Factory Organization, A Presentation of the Fundamental Principles of Factory Management, and a Description of the Methods to be Used in Every Department of Factory Operation

Woods, C. E.

Published by The System Company, Chicago, IL, 1905
Hardcover
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156 p. Includes illustrations. Glossary. "In revising and rearranging the series of articles written for "System: so that they might be published in book form, the writer has endeavored to enlarge them sufficently to make the work complete, and to establish such a continuity and relation between them as to lead the reader on ins sequence, step by step, in such as way as not only to enable to but to cause him to gather a comprehensive understanding of the questions involved. This is an early work on modern industrial organization, which had an impact on the mobilization of war production during the First World War and subsequently. Woods' theory on factory organization, increased production and quality control. The author was trained at the Boston Institute of Technology and then worked with the Westinghouse Compnay, the Pope Manufacturing Company, the Pennsylvania Reaper Company, and--at time of publication, with INternational harvester Company. Good. No dust jacket. Cover has wear, soiling and some discoloration. Presumed first edition/first printing thus. Bookseller Inventory # 58420

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Title: Organizing a Factory: An Analysis of the ...

Publisher: The System Company, Chicago, IL

Publication Date: 1905

Binding: Hardcover

Edition: 1st Edition

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