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by Hugh G.J. Aitken

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ISBN:
0691003750
Author:
Hugh G.J. Aitken
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Americas
Language:
English
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Princeton University Press (December 21, 1985)
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269 pages
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Online version: Aitken, Hugh . Taylorism at Watertown Arsenal. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1960 (OCoLC)610106023. Named Person: Frederick Winslow Taylor; Frederick Winslow Taylor. All Authors, Contributors: Hugh G J Aitken. Find more information about: Hugh G J Aitken. OCLC Number: 1468387.

The book is a balanced analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of Taylorism, including the naiveté that led its proponents to ignore the emotional side of the complex roles and patterns that govern the world of work.

Originally published in 1985.

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