Discusses the increase of productivity in the test room. Productivity increased when the workday was shortened. Lower production on Monday and Saturday was thought to be due to mental preoccupation in the majority of cases, not cumulative...
Two documents, both of which concern illumination studies, are presented. The first is a report on the illumination study at Hawthorne, which began Nov. 24, 1924 and ended April 30, 1927. In this study, candles of various lengths were introduced...
Summary of the development and findings of the psychological and sociological studies concerning the relay assembly test group. The report discusses the method used, the findings of the study, the changes introduced, and a prospectus for the future...
Report on the interviewing process. Part one discusses how interviewing is a good tool, but the attitude of employees differ among each other and that difference must be taken into account. The second part discusses methods of interviewing and...
Seven typewritten research reports that were written using the data collected during the Hawthorne study. The papers look at interviewing techniques in general as well as specific examples from the study. It also discusses and outlines their...
Typewritten report by R. D. Gross written in July 1931. This paper discusses the different experiments conducted at Hawthorne, some of the resulting data that was collected, and analyzes how it might be used.
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