can create a simplified work environment, you can reduce the tension between management and ownership and workers. Everyone has a set lane in which they play their role and as long as everyone does their part, they will all benefit including the consumers. Part 2 -
Here we can see the typical work model of the way workers filed into an industrial work place to begin their ‘assembly line’ jobs. They often worked in large factories and the workers were usually not very financial stable and most could not even afford a car so the commute was via subway and walking. In the segment from Modern Times, we witness a worker who is so affected by the meaningless and repetitive job that it drives him “insane”. To me this was an unfair way to portray the effects of the assembly line. Granted, some may have been driven off the deep end by the assembly line way of working, but that can be said of almost any type of job and even in current times. There are many underlying factors that can contribute one “going off the deep end”, work is often one of them regardlessof the profession. Part 3 – I honestly agree that technicians make better leaders than politicians, but in today’s (and in the past) political landscape, money has a big influence and policies are swayed by those who have money (i.e. power). In ‘Introduction to Technocracy’ Scott says, “items of ownership, credit, debt, monetary
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