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ISBN:0819194611
Author: J. M. Haas
ISBN13: 978-0819194619
Title: A Management Odyssey
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Language: English
Category: Humanities
Publisher: UPA (April 26, 1994)
Pages: 256

A Management Odyssey by J. M. Haas



This book shows how the Admiralty over two centuries struggled to master the intractable problems of organization and management which the dockyards presented. Haas maintains that the dockyards portrayed an image of being inefficient, high-cost producers.

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James M. Haas, American history educator. Member Conference on British Studies. Haas, James M. was born on September 16, 1927 in Milwaukee. Son of Oscar M. and Marion E. (Iserman) Haas. Bachelor, Marquette University, Milwaukee, 1950.

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The Royal Dockyards were Britain's oldest state enterprise and biggest and most complex industrial unit. This book shows how the Admiralty over two centuries struggled to master the intractable problems of organization and management which the dockyards presented. Haas maintains that the dockyards portrayed an image of being inefficient, high-cost producers. These problems were chiefly extreme centralization but, paradoxically, weak control, inadequate coordination of departments, and accounting procedures, unreliable information about production, costs and material, an insufficiently educated and professionalized constructive corps, and an underpaid and slack workforce.Contents: Preface; Introduction; The Eighteenth Century: Running in Place; Tinkering with the System, 1793-1815; Lightening Ship, 1815-1834; Winds of Change, 1834-1854; Under Seige, 1854-1868; Revolution and Counterrevolution, 1868-1885; The Watershed, 1885-1900; A New Century and New Ideas, 1900-1914; Conclusion; Notes; Bibliography; Index.