TAYLOR - NARAYANA RAO PRINCIPLES OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING
Develop a science for each element of a man - machine system's work related to efficiency and productivity.
The productivity science developed is the foundation for industrial engineering in productivity engineering and productivity management phases.
Principles of Industrial Engineering - Narayana Rao - Detailed List
Clicking on the link will take you to more detailed content on the principle
4. Principles of (machine) utilization economy to be developed for all resources used in engineering systems.
9. Principles of motion economy to be used in all IE studies in the area of human effort engineering
11. Work measurement
15. Employee involvement in continuous improvement of processes and products for productivity improvement.
21. Cost measurement
The full paper on the principles by Prof. K.V.S.S. Narayana Rao is now available for downloading from IISE 2017 Annual Conference site in prepublished format.
Readings on the topic of Productivity Science
Development of Science for Working of Machines
Scientific Management in Machine Shop
Development of Science for Working of Man - Motions
Development of Science in Mechanic Arts
Modern Period - 1951 onwards
A GENERAL SYSTEMS THEORY OF PRODUCTIVITY
RICHARD O. MASON
Journal International Journal of General Systems
Volume 5, 1979 - Issue 1
Productivity in the Services Sector
Barry P. Bosworth and Jack E. Triplett, January 1, 2000
Productivity in Public and Nonprofit Organizations
Routledge, 18-Dec-2014 - First published 2006, Business & Economics - 240 pages
‘Smarter, Faster, Better’: The New Science of Productivity
2 June 2016
The Science of Economic Development and Growth: The Theory of Factor Proportions: The Theory of Factor Proportions
Routledge, 08-Jul-2016 - Business & Economics - 384 pages
The New Science of Sales Force Productivity
Dianne Ledingham, Mark Kovac, Heidi Locke Simon
Harvard Business Review, THE SEPTEMBER 2006 ISSUE
The International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management aims to address new developments in productivity science, performance measurement and management and to improve individual, group and organizational performance.
IJPPM is the official journal of the World Confederation of Productivity Science
Updated 10 July 2017, 9 July 2017, 29 June 2017