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In 1911, the American engineer and management consultant Fredrick Winslow Taylor published a tiny book called The Principles of Scientific Management. The book referred to the experiences Taylor had while conducting experiments on improving the efficiency of work processes in a steel company through so-called time studies. In retrospect, the book stands out as ...

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