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Management and the Worker

£19.99

Product description

An Account of a Research Program Conducted by the Western Electric Company, Hawthorne Works, Chicago. First published 1939. Classic and hugely influential study of factory workers and factors affecting their productivity. The Hawthorne experiment was the basis for the development of the controversial "Hawthorne Effect" which describes the changes in worker behaviour under the influence of the studying observer. Fourteenth printing; 1966. Used hardback in very good condition with unclipped dust jacket in good condition. D/j faded on spine and top edges. Small chips and tears at top and bottom of spine. Slightly grubby in places. Book with bright, clean boards with very slight bumping to corners and head and tail of spine. Small (0.5 cm sq) figure "10" written in ink at top of spine. Top of text block slightly darkened. Previous owner's name to ffe., otherwise clean throughout with tight binding.

Item details

Author(s):
Roethlisberger, F.J.; Dickson, W. J.
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
8vo
Edition:
1966
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
615
Publisher:
Harvard University Press
Title:
Management and the Worker

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An Account of a Research Program Conducted by the Western Electric Company, Hawthorne Works, Chicago. First published 1939. Classic and hugely influential study of factory workers and factors affecting their productivity. The Hawthorne experiment was the basis for the development of the controversial "Hawthorne Effect" which describes the changes in worker behaviour under the influence of the studying observer. Fourteenth printing; 1966. Used hardback in very good condition with unclipped dust jacket in good condition. D/j faded on spine and top edges. Small chips and tears at top and bottom of spine. Slightly grubby in places. Book with bright, clean boards with very slight bumping to corners and head and tail of spine. Small (0.5 cm sq) figure "10" written in ink at top of spine. Top of text block slightly darkened. Previous owner's name to ffe., otherwise clean throughout with tight binding.

Author(s):
Roethlisberger, F.J.; Dickson, W. J.
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
8vo
Edition:
1966
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
615
Publisher:
Harvard University Press
Title:
Management and the Worker

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