Three documents, two letters and one detailed report. First, Elton Mayos letter to G.A. Pennock dated February 9, 1931, concerning the status of the Western Electric experiments and the importance of studying how fatigue, morale, preoccupation...
Various pieces of correspondence from 1929-1932 among Western Electric administrators. The earlier pieces of correspondence, including letters to Dr. Elton B. Mayo, Professor of Industrial Research, Graduate School of Business Administration,...
Correspondence passed among investigators from September 1928 to February 1934. Letters to G.A. Pennock from Dr. Elton Mayo examined blood pressure, visits, generalizing mind for administration and societal changes; biological measures needs,...
The reports of the experiments at the Hawthorne Plant generated a great deal of interest. Directors of various companies requested further information for use in their company. Several university professors requested information for use in their...
Pamphlet summarizing the six years of research at Western Electrics Hawthorne Works. The research began in 1924 with a study of the relationship between light and production. That study showed that research in human relations could not be...
Documents contain the correspondence between the President of Western Electric Employees Association, Inc., Mr. George DuVal, and the Vice President, W. F. Hosford, and the report on a conference to resolve a labor-management conflict over piece...
Box 15, Folder 12
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