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" The man who places a part does not fasten it — the part may not be fully in place until after several operations later. The man who puts in a bolt does not put on the nut; the man who puts on the nut does not tighten it. "
My Life and Work - Page 81
by Henry Ford, Samuel Crowther - 1922 - 289 pages
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Blue Monday: The Loss of the Work Ethic in America

Robert Eisenberger - Social Science - 1989 - 291 pages
...small operation over and over again. "The man who places a part does not fasten it," said Ford proudly. "The man who puts in a bolt does not put on the nut; the man who puts on the nut does not tighten it."25 The lack of skill involved in most assembly line jobs minimized pride of accomplishment. Laborers...
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Anxious Decades: America in Prosperity and Depression, 1920-1941

Michael E. Parrish - History - 1994 - 529 pages
...only one or two small operations, others do more. The man who places a part does not fasten it. ... The man who puts in a bolt does not put on the nut;...number thirty-four the budding motor gets its gasoline. . . . and on operation number forty-five the car drives out onto John R. Street." In the year of Harding's...
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The Fourth Dimension: The Next Level of Personal and Organizational Achievement

Craig Hickman - Business & Economics - 1996 - 222 pages
...pushed the prevailing industrial doctrine of the "economic man" to its limits. As Ford himself insisted, "The man who puts in a bolt does not put on the nut;...the man who puts on the nut does not tighten it." Unfortunately, such an attitude reduced people in large- and mid-sized industrial companies to interchangeable...
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Henry Ford: The People's Car-maker

Haydn Middleton - Automobile industry and trade - 1997 - 32 pages
...Each man had just one simple job to do. "The man who places a part does not fasten it," said Henry. "The man who puts in a bolt does not put on the nut;...the man who puts on the nut does not tighten it." Cars could be made much faster this way, and then be sold even more cheaply. But for the workers, this...
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The Meaning of Technology. Selected Readings from

Montserrat GinÚs Gibert, Upc Edicions Upc - Foreign Language Study - 2010 - 224 pages
...only one or two small operations, others do more. The man who places a part does not fasten it— the part may not be fully in place until after several...nut; the man who puts on the nut does not tighten it. ... We started assembling a motor car in a single factory. Then as we began to make parts, we began...
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Performance: Media and technology

Philip Auslander - Performance - 2003 - 440 pages
...processes under Fordism. As Ford himself put it, "The man who places the part does not fasten it. ... The man who puts in a bolt does not put on the nut; the man who puts on the nut does not tighten it" (83). The vast majority of work became unskilled and the complete alienation of the laborer from their...
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New World Coming: The 1920s and the Making of Modern America

Nathan Miller - History - 2004 - 433 pages
...amid an eardrum- shattering din. "The man who places a part doesn't fasten it," exulted Henry Ford. "The man who puts in a bolt does not put on the nut;...the man who puts on the nut does not tighten it." He boasted that any job could now be learned in little time, with nearly half requiring only a single...
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Madness in the Making: The Triumphant Rise & Untimely Fall of America's Show ...

David Lindsay - Performing Arts - 2005 - 420 pages
...earlier, Ford specialized even further. "The man who places a part doesn't fasten it," he commanded. "The man who puts in a bolt does not put on the nut;...the man who puts on the nut does not tighten it." When the dictum went into effect, chassis-assembly time dropped to an average of ninetythree minutes....
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History Gr11 L/b

...method to work: "The work is sub-divided so that each worker and each machine do only one thing ... The man who puts in a bolt does not put on the nut; the man who puts on the nut does not tighten it ...The thing is to keep everything in motion and take the work to the man and not the man to the work...
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Beyond the Theory of Constraints: How to Eliminate Variation & Maximize Capacity

William A. Levinson - Business & Economics - 2007 - 168 pages
...dehumanize the worker through mindless and repetitive work. As Ford himself wrote in My Life and Work, "The man who places a part does not fasten it—the...operations later. The man who puts in a bolt does not tighten it." 2 Charlie Chaplin took this job design concept to comic extreme in Modem Times, in which...
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