Industrial Progress and Human Economics
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Industrial Progress and Human Economics
By James Hartness
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Table of Contents
  • Industrial Progress
  • and
  • Human Economics
    • By
    • James Hartness
    • FOREWORD.
    • CONQUEST OF PEACE.
    • VERMONT FAVORABLY LOCATED.
    • OUR PROBLEM.
    • HAVE FAITH IN VERMONT.
    • OUR INDUSTRIAL POLICY.
    • LIMITATIONS OF MAN'S PROGRESS.
    • PROTECT THE INDUSTRIAL SPIRIT.
    • WHAT IS NOT AN INDUSTRY.
    • "DEAD" ORGANIZATIONS.
    • SOME INDUSTRIAL HOWS, WHYS AND WHATS.
    • NEW INDUSTRIES.
    • INVENTOR'S PROPORTION.
    • MANUFACTURERS AND NEW INDUSTRIES.
    • HABIT ACTION, BASIS OF SKILL AND PROFICIENCY.
    • SPECIALIZATION.
    • *INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT.
      • Good Results with Moderate Effort.
      • Physical Condition of Worker.
      • Capacity for New Ideas.
      • Money not the Only Dividend.
      • Right Placing of Men.
      • Unimportant Details.
      • Cure for Mind Wandering.
      • The Manager's View.
      • Sub-division of Work.
      • Care in Applying New Theories.
      • Progressive Energy.
      • Profit by Experience.
      • Dissipation of Energies.
      • Tying up Capital in Stock in Process of Construction.
      • Cost of the Product.
      • Largest Profit Per Dollar Invested.
      • The Workers Help Bring Success.
      • Have Faith in Your Products.
      • Specialization.
    • Good Results with Moderate Effort.
    • Physical Condition of Worker.
    • Capacity for New Ideas.
    • Money not the Only Dividend.
    • Right Placing of Men.
    • Unimportant Details.
    • Cure for Mind Wandering.
    • The Manager's View.
    • Sub-division of Work.
    • Care in Applying New Theories.
    • Progressive Energy.
    • Profit by Experience.
    • Dissipation of Energies.
    • Tying up Capital in Stock in Process of Construction.
    • Cost of the Product.
    • Largest Profit Per Dollar Invested.
    • The Workers Help Bring Success.
    • Have Faith in Your Products.
    • Specialization.
    • INVENTION
      • Be Practical.
      • The Inventor Sees Opportunities to Improve.
      • Improvements May Be Disasterous.
      • Natural Fitness.
      • Repeated Thinking.
      • Concentrating Attention.
      • Interest Must be Awakened, Not Forced.
      • Establishing Useful Ruts.
      • All Men are Human Beings.
      • Easiest Way to Improve.
      • Technical View Insufficient.
      • Inventions Should Not Mix With Details.
      • Designing by the Square Foot.
      • Problems to Consider.
      • The Hero of the Eraser.
    • Be Practical.
    • The Inventor Sees Opportunities to Improve.
    • Improvements May Be Disasterous.
    • Natural Fitness.
    • Repeated Thinking.
    • Concentrating Attention.
    • Interest Must be Awakened, Not Forced.
    • Establishing Useful Ruts.
    • All Men are Human Beings.
    • Easiest Way to Improve.
    • Technical View Insufficient.
    • Inventions Should Not Mix With Details.
    • Designing by the Square Foot.
    • Problems to Consider.
    • The Hero of the Eraser.
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