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Accredited until freedom is barely a memory

“What’s good in war is good in peace.”  That would be Taylor’s Scientific Management enforced by factory inspectors. Call them “assessors” – they don’t work for the government any more.  Instead, the metagovernment assures that few industries are allowed to continue working … Continue reading

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Taylor would have loved ITIL

Scientific management doesn’t just survive in the ISO management and laboratory standards.  Bureaucrats are also preying on the IT industry, write Dave Herpen, Taylor would have loved ITIL POSTED BY DAVEHERPEN ⋅ FEBRUARY 28, 2012   Although Frederick Winslow Taylor died in 1915, way … Continue reading

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