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Time and Motion Study Volume 11 Issue 7

Work Study

ISSN: 0043-8022

Article publication date: 1 July 1962


WHEN John I. Snyder Jr. flew over from the United States he probably did not relish the Cassandra rôle into which circumstances had forced him. As president of U.S. Industries he gave one of the most depressing addresses of modern times. Since his firm is a large manufacturer of automation machines it was probably natural that he should say: ‘Automation is inevitable. Its use is rapidly increasing. Positive action by the makers of automation machines must be taken now to preserve the human values which could otherwise become cannon fodder of the automation barrage.’


(1962), "Time and Motion Study Volume 11 Issue 7", Work Study, Vol. 11 No. 7, pp. 9-57.




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