Ideas at work, 1952

The British Productivity Council was established in 1952 as a successor to the Anglo-American Council on Productivity. Its primary purpose was to introduce more effective management techniques. It established a network of local productivity associations and it had a large budget to produce films, bulletins and pamphlets advocating productivity, 'best practice' and work study techniques. Government grant aid ended in 1973 and it was finally abolished in 1978.

Title Ideas at work, 1952
Maker Trades Union Congress
Production Date 1952
Format Pamphlet
Copyright --
Holding Institution TUC Library Collections, London Metropolitan University
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