A History of Production Planning and Control, 1750-2000
"This invaluable work charts the growth of an essential element in the successful progress of Industry in Britain and the USA. Dealing with the organisation and increasing sophistication of manufacturing procedures over a period of two and a half centuries, from the infancy of the Industrial Revolution to the beginning of the 21st century, it expounds and explains the contributions of British and American writers during that time and summarises the technical, social, economic and educational changes in both countries which influenced industrial change."--BOOK JACKET.
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The Evolution of Production Planning and Control
The Early Factories
Engineering Manufacturers of the 18th and Early
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