Modern manufacturing, a partnership of idealism and common sense.

; Cooke, Morris Llewellyn, 1872-1960, editor
Philadelphia : American academy of political and social Science, 1919.

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Other Authors Cooke, Morris Llewellyn, 1872-1960,
Subjects Economic history.
Industries.
Labor -- United States.
Labor.
Manufactures -- United States.
Manufactures.
United States -- Economic conditions -- 1918-1945.
United States.
Working class -- United States.
Working class.
Series Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science ; 85.
Description x, 324 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1919.
Notes Includes index.
With : International reconstruction / Carl Kelsey. Philadelphia : American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1919. Bound together subsequent to publication. DLC
Contents Foreword: the problem of the American manufacturer by M.L. Cooke. -- Who is who among our contributors. -- On the aims of industry: Production the goal by G.L. Bell. The key to successful industrial management by A.L. Filene. Some twentieth century problems by W.B. Dickson. The drift in industry by J.E. Cohen. On the motives of industrial enterprise by B.P. Clark. -- Location, size, organization: The community relationships of an industrial plant by J.C. Heckmann. Some considerations affecting the size of industrial plants, a symposium. Planning for a new manufacturing plant by H.T. Noyes. The executive and administrative organization by J.E. Otterson. Centralization vs decentralization in management by E.g. Rust. -- The personnel: Introduction. The selection, discipline, training and placing of workers by J.M boyle. Wages, hours and industrial output by N.I. Stone. The foreman by H. Godfrey. The manager by D.M. Bates. Labor agreements with a powerful union by J.M. Moses. The new industrial relationship between employer and worker by D.A. Brown. The Philadelphia rapid transit plan by J.J.K Casie. The background of "industrial democracy" by J. Leitch. The organization of an open shop under the Midvale plan by E. Wilson -- Production: Statistical control including costs as a factor in production by H.S. Person. On the technique of manufacturing by H.K. Hathaway. the influence of executives by H.L. Gantt. -- Finance: Financing as the manager sees it by H. Coonley. Corporation finance and the worker by f.J. Warne. The investor and the industrial enterprise by g.w. Norris. -- Selling; research; publicity; Building a sales policy by J.M. Bruce. Development; the strategy of industry by w.S. carpenter, Jr. Research an everyday aid in manufacturing by A.A. Hamerschlag. Publicity as a policy by E.D. Jones. -- Index.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)170499
(OCoLC)ocm00170499
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