Work Measurement Research Paper by hicaliber

Work Measurement
This paper explores the human elements in work design.
# 94711 | 3,130 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on May 06, 2007 in Engineering (General) , Business (General)

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The paper discusses the importance of machines designed to meet the needs of the humans they work for. The paper explains the concept of work measurement and shows how it applies to a machine or human being. The paper discusses how engineers can design a work system that is efficient and that meets the needs of the human counterparts in the best way possible. This is possible through the work measurement process.

The Dynamics of Work Design
Work Systems
Work Measurement
Motion-Time Studies
The Human Factor

Sample of Sources Used:

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