taylorite

taylorite

[′tā·lə‚rīt]
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In a historical test case, Pickering argues explanations of the factory floor should account for the "arrays of lathes and milling machines in a corporate machine shop, operated by wage labour within a classic Taylorite disciplinary apparatus" (159).
Events such as the implementation of Taylorite techniques at the Cogne iron mines about 1927 and the Bedaux system at the electro-technical factory in 1929/1930, however, represented simply local management initiatives that did not spread more widely.
Even before the introduction of Taylorite ideas about Scientific Management in the 1910s, Railway Administration officials took an active interest in enhancing labour and system productivity.
Pluto, which was launched in June, is now being produced by a plastic moulding company called Taylorite in Coventry.
surely this Taylorite vision of the modern workplace rooted in principles of industrial organization from the 1920s is hard to accept today.
In April last year Tina's life turned upside down when she was charged with 22 counts of obtaining money transfers from her former employer, Taylorite Moulding, by deception.
It's not surprising that Lenin was a Taylorite, or that Yevgeni Zamyatin's dystopian We identified Taylor as the chief prophet of its imagined future totalitarian state.
They realize that the personnel at all levels are used to a kind of pre-Tayloristic work organization, and make the more reasonable decision, given the circumstances; they adopt Taylorite methods, i.
Management's role, true to its Taylorite tenets, was to provide the tools of production and the enlightened way (delivered from the top down) to use the tools.
During the post-World War I years, Taylorite efficiency experts, Herbert Hoover (then the powerful Secretary of Commerce), and even much of the logic of mass production advocated a high degree of standardization of both products and jobs.
It is concluded that any techniques that had developed from Taylorite principles were suspended, while methods similar to contemporary performance management, such as subcontracting, emphasis on the design phase of products, and substantial expenditure on research and development, flourished.
The jury heard that in March 1998 Warden started work as an accountant for Taylorite Moulding in Exhall.