Famous Women Engineers in History – Book 3: Lillian Gilbreth: Transforming Work

Famous Women Engineers in History – Book 3: Lillian Gilbreth: Transforming Work

Book 3 in the series explores the life and career of Lillian Moller Gilbreth, who embraced the goals of Scientific Management — increasing consistency and efficiency in the workplace — even while introducing human aspects into the nascent field of industrial management.

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Author: Paul Lief Rosengren

Lillian Moller Gilbreth embraced the goals of Scientific Management — increasing consistency and efficiency in the workplace — even while introducing human aspects into the nascent field of industrial management. She also applied Scientific Management in the workplace, in the home, and to help individuals with special needs. She shared panels with the likes of Helen Keller and Eleanor Roosevelt, worked closely with business giants like Thomas Watson (of IBM) and Robert Woods Johnson (of Johnson & Johnson), and served every U.S. President from Herbert Hoover to LBJ.

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