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Industrial Engineering is Human Effort Engineering and System Efficiency Engineering. IE Knowledge: ArticlesBooks, Course Pages and Materials,Lecture Notes, Project Reviews, Research Papers Study Materials,YouTuVideo LecturesHomeManagement Articles and Concepts DirectoryIndustrial Engineering KnolsHandbook of IEIE Introduction ArticleIE Introduction - NITIE Course PageIE Online BooksTechnology Knowledge CenterSecure ConnectionFailedWednesday, June 8, 2016Scientific Management in Machine Shop - ProductivityImprovement - F.W. TaylorScientific Study of Machine Work and Man Work to improve productivity are highlighted in this section of theBook "Scientific Management" by F.W. Taylor. Industrial engineers have to undertake scientific study ofmachine work as well as human effort or man work. In IE curriculums, scinetific study of machine work fromindustrial engineering point of view that is, productivity point of view did not get the attention at a subjectlevel so far. IE scholars have to take steps to fill this deficiency as early as possible.The illustrations (given in earlier chapters/sections) have thus far been purposely confined to the moreelementary types of work, so that a very strong doubt must still remain as to whether this kind ofcooperation is desirable in the case of more intelligent mechanics, that is, in the case of men who are morecapable of generalization, and who would therefore be more likely, of their own volition, to choose the morescientific and better methods.The following illustrations will be given for the purpose of demonstrating the fact that in the higher classes ofwork the scientific laws which are developed are so intricate that the high-priced mechanic needs (evenmore than the cheap laborer) the cooperation of men better educated than himself in finding the laws, andthen in selecting, developing, and training him to work in accordance with these laws. These illustrationsshould make perfectly clear our original proposition that in practically all of the mechanic arts the sciencewhich underlies each workman's act is so great and amounts to so much that the workman who is bestsuited to actually doing the work is incapable, either through lack of education or through insufficient mentalcapacity, of understanding this science.Is there a need to develop science and scientific laws andtechniques based on them for work on machines bymachinists?₹ 1,899 ₹ 3,999Follow by EmailMore Next Blog»[email protected]Industrial Engineering Knowledge Center: Scientific Management in Ma... ...1 of 907-Aug-16 2:29 AM
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