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584CLOCKWORKCLOCKWORK1981color25 min One hundred years ago American industry faced critical problems of labor discontent, technological change and worker productivity--times haven't changed. Shows how Frederick Taylor and his followers attempted to solve these problems though "scientific management"--a total reorganization of the way people worked. This movement transferred control of the work process from the workers themselves to the upper levels of management. Today Taylor's influence is felt in virtually every American workplace. (withdrawn)