Fundamentals of Business Organization

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University of California, 1925 - 230 pages
 

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Page 14 - ... (c) To provide education to employes as the only means of doing what legislation or combination cannot do, the improvement of their earning capacity, and thereby assisting to remove the antagonisms of labor and capital, adding to the sum of human happiness. "'(d) That the education provided shall not include the dead languages or other unuseful studies to the detriment of the practical and technical everyday work studies that aid in making a better living. " '(e) That the education must at the...
Page 36 - Functionalization may be defined as that fundamental of organization which requires that all the proper functions of a business be granted recognized existence, combined where similar or complementary, and placed under the direction, supervision and control of properly qualified executives who have only one, or at most but a few similar functions to perform.
Page 139 - I see by little and little more of what is to be done, and how it is to be done, should I ever be able to do it. On my soul, there should be some reward for that continual agonie ennuyeuse.
Page 14 - To provide education to employes as the only means of doing what legislation or combination cannot do, the improvement of their earning capacity, and thereby assisting to remove the antagonisms of labor and capital, adding to the sum of human happiness. "'(d) That the education provided shall not include the dead languages or other unuseful studies to the detriment of the practical and technical everyday work studies that aid in making a better living.
Page 97 - Job analysis is a method of scientifically dissecting a job in order to determine the component elements and their influence upon the length of learning period of the worker, production and labor turnover.
Page 15 - ... (g) A fixed plan of retirement of employes on retired pay to give rest and recreation to the old and chances to the younger people for promotion. "(h) A Court of Appeal, chosen by the employes, to hear and adjust impartially any complaint the employes desire to lay before such a court of reference.
Page 15 - ... studies that aid in making a better living. " (e) That the education must at the same time go towards the development of character in order to enable the man to better engineer his life to higher living and greater happiness, as well as to earn his daily bread. " (f ) To keep foremost the observance of the spirit as well as the letter of the laws that govern our business transactions and relations to each other. "(g) A fixed plan of retirement of...
Page 14 - (a) An admission as a fundamental principle that workers are entitled to further considerations beyond legal wages, covering their welfare and their education. "(b) To see that employes are not over-reached or overlooked, and making it possible that there shall be nothing between a man and success, but himself. " (c) To provide education to employes as the only means of doing what legislation or combination cannot do, the improvement of their earning capacity...
Page 92 - In so far as a man does the work for which he is naturally most fit, he works easily and with relatively little fatigue, since he moves along the lines of least resistance.
Page 30 - The executive may dictate the policies, but it is the worker who carries them out. The big problem, then, is to inculcate in every member of the organization, even to...

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