Management and the worker; an account of a research program conducted by the Western electric company, Hawthorne works, Chicago, by F. J. Roethlisberger and William J. Dickson, with the assistance and collaboration of Harold A. Wright.

; Dickson, William John, 1904- ; Wright, Harold A ; Western Electric Company
Cambridge, Mass., Harvard university press, 1939.

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Other Authors Dickson, William John, 1904-
Wright, Harold A.
Western Electric Company.
Subjects Personnel management.
Psychology, Industrial.
Research, Industrial.
Description xxiv, 615 p., incl. tables, diagrs. 5 pl. on 4 l. 24 cm.
Notes "About twelve years ago the Western electric company, at its Hawthorne plant, began the series of inquiries into the human effect of work and working conditions described in this book ... [which] offers for the first time a continuous history of the entire series ... It also relates together many different inquiries."--Pref.
Contents pt. I. Working conditions and employee efficiency.--pt. II. A plan for the improvement of employee relations.--pt. III. A conceptual scheme for the understanding of employee dissatisfaction.--pt. IV. Social organization of employees.--pt. V. Applications to practice of research results.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00271822
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