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" I am sorry to say, wants a job in which he does not have to put forth much physical exertion— above all, he wants a job in which he does not have to think. "
My Life and Work - Page 101
by Henry Ford, Samuel Crowther - 1922 - 289 pages
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Die Bewertung des technischen Fortschritts: e. systemat. Übers. d ..., Volume 1

Johan Hendrik Jacob van der Pot - 1985 - 721 pages
...einer Zeit, in der die Lage der industriellen Arbeit ungünstiger war, berief: „The average worker ...wants... a Job in which he does not have to think....day out performs almost exactly the same operation" (103). Einen ähnlich scharfen Strich zwischen Arbeiter und Intellektuelle zog Hendrik de Man; „Der...
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Alternatives to Lean Production: Work Organization in the Swedish Auto Industry

Christian Berggren - Business & Economics - 1993 - 286 pages
...jobs is that such work matches the wishes of many workers. Henry Ford, for example, wrote (1924:103): Repetitive labour—the doing of one thing over and...he wants a job in which he does not have to think. In the years between the wars, as well as in the immediate postwar period, Swedish advocates of scientific...
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Car Mania: A Critical History of Transport, 1770-1990

Winfried Wolf - Transportation - 1996 - 246 pages
...I'm sorry to say, wants a job in which he doesn't have to put forth much physical exertion - above all he wants a job in which he does not have to think....day in and day out performs almost exactly the same operation.8 Maybe Henry Ford realised, in practice, that this was not the case. This was not, however,...
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The Meaning of Technology. Selected Readings from

Montserrat Ginés Gibert, Upc Edicions Upc - Foreign Language Study - 2003 - 224 pages
...am sorry to say, wants a job in which he does not have to put forth much physical exertion— above all, he wants a job in which he does not have to think....day out performs almost exactly the same operation. . . . I have not been able to discover that repetitive labour injures a man in any way. I have been...
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For the Good of the Company: The History of the McCrory Corporation

Isadore Barmash - Business & Economics - 2003 - 312 pages
...am sorry to say, wants a job in which he does not have to put forth much physical exercise—above all, he wants a job in which he does not have to think," Ford had also said. And when in some confusion the believers and the doubters looked at the Neaman...
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