The incentive system of aircraft maintenance organizations
Withers, Fred J.
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The maintenance officer's interest in the efficiency of his operations is determined by the incentives that he faces. Though all organizations face unique penalties and rewards, common incentive pressures allow a statement of a general incentive system theory for aircraft maintenance organizations. The structure of the general incentive system is examined "by considering resources inputs, the costs of these resources, and the services the organization performs as an end product. The special problem of personnel utilization is closely considered. The Manhour Accounting System is criticized and a recommendation for an improved work study system is made.
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