Organisation and Planning of Workshops
It is remarkable that up to about 1950 the literature on planning had been mainly devoted to descriptions of administrative aids, planning boards and procedures as well as to the position of the planning groups in the structure of the company. Up to that time quantitative methods were hardly used in planning. It was an activity where the main points of interest were: product documentation and specifications, coding, job issue forms, route cards, quality control and planning boards.
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