"The Computer as a Control Factor in Productivity"
Author: Lash, Pamela E.
Published In: Work Control [Critical Issues in Facilities Management #2]
A computerized work and inventory control provides the capability to closely analyze work and material flow, providing information that helps identify problem areas and concentrate efforts on correcting them. Drawing from Bryn Mawr College's experiences, discusses a productivity control system, including benefits, backlog items, scheduling, progress/productivity reporting, material ordering and withdrawal, and cost analysis.
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