9780415248280

Frank and Lilian Gilbreth: Critical Evaluations in Business and Management

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    9780415248280

  • ISBN10:

    0415248280

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2003-07-23
  • Publisher: Routledge

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Summary

This 2 volume set concentrates on the husband and wife team, Frank Gilbreth (1868-1924) and Lilian Gilbreth (1878-1972), the figures most closely identified with time and motion studies.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements xi
Chronological table of reprinted articles and chapters xiv
Introduction 1(8)
Michael C. Wood
John C. Wood
Annotated bibliography 9(38)
Roberta A. Cowan
PART 1 Frank Bunker Gilbreth
47(74)
Frank Bunker Gilbreth (1868--1924)
49(16)
L. F. Urwick
E. F. L. Brech
Finding `the one best way': an appreciation of Frank B. Gilbreth, the father of motion study
65(4)
Arthur G. Bedeian
More bricks, less sweat
69(25)
E. R. Tichauer
Frank Bunker Gilbreth's concrete system
94(12)
Jane Morley
Primer of scientific management by Frank B. Gilbreth: a response to publication of Taylor's Principles in The American Magazine
106(15)
Carol Carlson Dean
PART 2 Lillian Evelyn Moller Gilbreth
121(122)
Dr. Lillian Moller Gilbreth, 1878--1972
123(7)
Nancy Z. Reynolds
Lillian Gilbreth and the science of management, 1900--1920
130(11)
Guy Alchon
Critical biography without subjects and objects: an encounter with Dr. Lillian Moller Gilbreth
141(28)
Laurel D. Graham
Lillian Gilbreth: tireless advocate for a general psychology
169(10)
Robert Perloff
John L. Naman
American female pioneers of industrial and organizational psychology during the early years
179(31)
Laura L. Koppes
Rational womanhood: Lillian M. Gilbreth and the use of psychology in scientific management, 1914--1935
210(33)
Susan Lyn Englander
PART 3 Lillian Gilbreth: other involvements
243(68)
Forces influencing the effectiveness of families today -- panel
245(13)
Irma H. Gross
Lillian M. Gilbreth
Joseph Johnston
Paul T. Rankin
Merchandising the sanitary napkin: Lillian Gilbreth's 1927 survey
258(12)
Vern L. Bullough
Lillian Gilbreth and the mental revolution at Macy's, 1925--1928
270(22)
Laurel D. Graham
Mary van Kleeck, Lillian Gilbreth and the Women's Bureau study of gendered labor law
292(19)
Chris Nyland
Mark Rix
PART 4 Time & motion study: the process
311(2)
Continuing research in Gilbreth methods
313(5)
Harold B. Maynard
The cyclograph and work motion model
318(14)
Bruce Kaiper
``They all believe they are undiscovered Mary Pickfords'': workers, photography, and scientific management
332
Richard Lindstrom
Acknowledgements ix
PART 5 Time & motion in industry
1(250)
Industrial management
3(5)
Time and motion study: Review of past work, Standardisation, Correct definition of motion study, Time study, Some examples of motion study, An experiment in bottling sweets
8(46)
Eric Farmer
Skill and specialization: a study in the metal trades. Part I The nature and measurement of skill
54(48)
Mildred Fairchild
Skill and specialization. Part II The significance of skill
102(51)
Mildred Fairchild
See what motion study did to plant layout
153(6)
F. J. Van Poppelen
Motion study in the General Electric Company
159(8)
L. P. Persing
The analysis of skill
167(9)
Mildred Fairchild
Rhythm in time and motion study
176(20)
Charles Babbitts
The scientific study of labor in interwar France
196(34)
William H. Schneider
On the tabletop improvement experiments of Japan
230(21)
Alan G. Robinson
Margaret M. Robinson
PART 6 Time & motion in medicine and allied disciplines
251(72)
Standardization of surgery: an attack on the problem
253(8)
Robert L. Dickinson
Systematization of a surgical service
261(10)
Eugene H. Pool
Frederick W. Bancroft
Rhythmic surgery: arrangement of the operating room
271(8)
W. H. Lawrence
C. H. Berry
The case for motion and time study in surgery
279(8)
J. V. Mckenna
The efficient management of hospitals: pioneer work of Ernest Codman, Robert Dickinson, and Frank Gilbreth 1910--1918
287(12)
Charles D. Wrege
The origin and evolution of activity analysis
299(8)
Cynthia Creighton
Surgery and ergonomics
307(16)
Ramon Berguer
PART 7 Time & motion in other disciplines
323(120)
The scientific evidence on the handwriting movement
325(16)
Frank N. Freeman
Farm work simplification
341(6)
M. E. Mundel
Man-equipment task system for Apollo
347(32)
N. J. Ryker
An application of the engineering principles of motion study for the development of task analyses
379(14)
Chien-Hui Lin
Diane M. Browder
Assisting the handicapped: the pioneering efforts of Frank and Lillian Gilbreth
393(10)
J. Micheal Gotcher
Untangling occupation and activity
403(17)
Doris Pierce
Motion study in management and the arts: a historical example
420(23)
Terrie C. Reeves
W. Jack Duncan
Peter M. Ginter
PART 8 Controversy in scientific management
443(2)
Frederick Taylor and Frank Gilbreth: competition in scientific management
445(10)
Milton J. Nadworny
Frank and Lillian Gilbreth and the motion study controversy, 1907--1930
455(16)
Brian Price
Gender and scientific management: women and the history of the International Institute for Industrial Relations, 1922--1946
471
Ruth Oldenziel

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