A discriminative study of Navy work simplification and systems analysis programs.
Kirchner, David Paul
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An evaluation of the working efficiency of Naval organizations in comparison with the efficiency of non-military organization illustrates some interesting points of likeness and difference. One of the most prominent features of the commercial world is the emphasis on aeu.no of improving competitive effectiveness. In industry, bettor means for accomplishing objectives are continually sought. The dynamic interest of profit-motivated organizations in improved efficiency appears to be matched, by the military, with on attitude of moderate but increasing interest.
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