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Basic needs, quality of life and productivity; 1. Productivity and the quality of life; 2. What is productivity? Productivity in the individual enterprise; 4.
The task of management; 1. Role of management in coordinating the resources of an enterprise; 1. Howthe total time of a job is made up; 2. Work study and productivity; 2. How operational time is made up; 2. Interrelationship of the various methods used to reduce ineffective time; 3. Basic and added work content; 4. How management techniques can reduce ineffective time.
Part One. Productivity, work study and the human factor1. Why is work study valuable? Work study, the approach; 2. Techniquesof work study and their relationship; 5. Work study; 3. Basic procedure of work study; 4. Work study and production management; 6. The approach to work study; 4. The human factor in the application of work study; 1.
The human factor in enterprise operations; 2. Work study and management; 3. Work s. Abstract: This book describes the basic techniques of work study as practised in many parts of the world, has been widely recognized as the best available introduction to the subject for work study practitioners, teachers and students.
Introduction to Work Study.
Introduction to Work Study