The Papers of Robert H. Guest at Dartmouth CollegeML-42

Descriptive Summary

Creator: Guest, Robert H.
Title Remainder: Papers. 1946-1979
Dates: 1946-1979
Identification: ML-42





BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

1916 Born, May 3, East Orange, New Jersey
1939 Received B.A. degree, Amherst College
1941 Received M.A. degree, Columbia University
1941-1942 Director of Personnel and Labor Relations, Limerick Yarn Mills, Maine
1943-1945 Served in the U.S. Navy
1945-1947 Senior field examiner, National Labor Relations Board
1947-1952 Research assistant, Labor and Management Center, Yale
1952 Published The Man On The Assembly Line, with Charles R. Walker; became Head of Field Research, Yale Technology Project
1953-1960 Research Associate in Industrial Relations, Associate Director, Yale Technology Project
1956 Published The Foreman On The Assembly Line, with Charles R. Walker and Arthur N. Turner
1956-1959 Lecturer, New Haven College
1958 Nuffield Foundation Lecturer, Leeds University, England
1960 Received Ph.D., Columbia University; became Professor of Organizational Behavior, Amos Tuck School of Business Administration, Dartmouth College
1962 Published Organizational Change: The Effect of Successful Leadership
1964 Appointed member of N.H. Mental Health Study Committee; with other Tuck School faculty members, published Hospital Policy: Process And Action
1966 Contributed to The History of Technology, edited by M. Kranzberg and C. Pursell
1968 Named member of N.H. Aeronautics Commission
1969 Appointed member of management advisory panel, NASA; visiting professor, University of Strathclyde, Scotland
1972 Ran for N.H. State Senate
1973-1974 Travelled around the world, studying the problem of worker alienation within the auto industry in 14 countries
1977 Published Organizational Change Through Effective Leadership, with Paul Hersey and Kenneth R. Blanchard
1980 Erskine Fellow, Canterbury University, New Zealand
1981 Published Innovations In the Workplace
1981 Retired from the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration, Dartmouth College

INTRODUCTION

The Dartmouth College Library received the Robert Guest papers in 1983, the gift of Professor Emeritus Robert H. Guest. Professor Guest, a member of the Tuck School faculty for over 20 years, has had a long and distinguished career; the gift of his papers is a major contribution to the Library.

Born in East Orange, New Jersey in 1916, Robert Guest received his B.A. degree from Amherst College in 1939, and his M.A. degree from Columbia University in 1941. His field of interest, human and labor relations, led him to serve in such positions as senior field examiner for the National Labor Relations Board, research assistant for the Labor and Management Center, Yale University, and as a member and finally, Associate Director of the Yale Technology Project. In 1960, after receiving his Ph.D. from Columbia University, Robert Guest became Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration at Dartmouth College. He retired from that position in 1981.

While at Yale, Professor Guest published two studies of the effects of automation on workers, The Man on the Assembly Line (1952), and The Foreman on the Assembly Line (1956), thereby establishing a reputation as an expert in the fields of automation and human relations. Much of the research for these books was done in automobile assembly plants, as was the research for a third book, Organizational Change: The Effect of Successful Leadership (1962); reports, interviews and statistics from these projects are contained in the collection. In 1973-1974, Professor Guest obtained a grant from the Ford Foundation to tour assembly plants in 14 countries, in order to study the problem of worker alienation within the auto industry. Materials he collected during his world tour form a large part of the collection.

In addition to his academic duties, Professor Guest has served as a member of the New Hampshire Aeronautics Commission, and was appointed to the management advisory panel of NASA. In 1972 he ran for the New Hampshire State Senate. Further reflecting his interest in community and state affairs, Guest served on the New Hampshire Mental Health Study Committee, and in 1970-1972, helped to conduct a study of primary health care in the Upper Valley.

The Guest papers occupy 1 small and 6 large boxes, and consist of pamphlets, reports, interviews, articles, a small amount of correspondence, and statistics relating to the automobile and steel industries. No personal papers are included in the collection. Information concerning possible restrictions on the use of this collection, and further information about Professor Guest may be found in Special Collections in the Dartmouth College Library.






BOX 1.

Accessions - General Motors: Framingham, Mass.



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Accessions information; 1982-1983



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Biographical data



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Book chapter: Technology and Change: The Meaning of Work, by Robert H. Guest; from the book America, Purpose and Power, edited by Gene M. Lyons, Quadrangle Books, 1965



Consulting Work; Bridgeport-Lycoming, Stratford, Conn.



FOLDER : 4.

Report: Analysis of Lycoming Training Program, by Robert H. Guest, Charles R. Walker, and Arthur N. Turner; carbon, 1954



FOLDER : 5.

Report: Preliminary Report on Supervision, Bridgeport-Lycoming Division, by Robert H. Guest, Charles R. Walker, and Arthur N. Turner; carbon, 1954



Consulting Work; Merck and Company, Rahway, N.J.



Reports



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The Hourly Employees of the Rahway Plant of Merck and Company: A Report on Attitudes and Opinions, by Robert H. Guest, Charles R. Walker, and Arthur N. Turner; typescript, 1952



FOLDER : 7.

Merck and Company: A Preliminary Report on Morale and Labor Relations in the Rahway Plant, by Robert H. Guest and Charles R. Walker; typescript, 1951



FOLDER : 8.

Merck and Company, Rahway Plant: A Report on Supervisory Opinion, by Robert H. Guest and Charles R. Walker; carbon, 1952



FOLDER : 9.

A Study of Attitudes Toward Merck and Co., Document One: Views Regarding Merck's Public Relations; by Douglas Williams Associates, Inc.; mimeographed copy, 1959



FOLDER : 10.

A Study of Attitudes Toward Merck and Co.: Summary of Interviews with the “University” Public, by Douglas Williams Associates, Inc.; mimeographed copy, 1959



FOLDER : 11.

Summary of Findings of Report on the Hourly Employees of the Rahway Plant of Merck and Company, by Robert H. Guest, Charles R. Walker and Arthur N. Turner; typescript, 1952



Consulting Work; Raytheon Company



FOLDER : 12.

Corporate management: Interviews with top management executives, May-June, 1962



Microwave and Power Tube Division



FOLDER : 13.

Consultants' observations and comments; 1960



FOLDER : 14.

Correspondence; 1960, 1961



FOLDER : 15.

Interview with product manager, by Henry Gerfen and Robert H. Guest, as part of a project undertaken by Gerfen for a Professor Davis; May 1962



FOLDER : 16.

Interviews with Division executives; May-November, 1960



FOLDER : 17.

Memo re: marketing reorganization; August 29, 1960



FOLDER : 18.

Minutes of meetings with Division executives; April-August, 1960



FOLDER : 19.

Notes; 1961



FOLDER : 20.

Rough draft of Division conditions and recommendations for improvements; 1960



Microwave and Power Tube Division: Marketing



FOLDER : 21.

Article: Organizing for “Product Profit,” by Palmer Derby; in The Microwave Journal, February 1960



FOLDER : 22.

Department organization charts; undated



FOLDER : 23.

Interviews with marketing executives; December 1960-January 1961



FOLDER : 24.

Interviews with Spencer Laboratory engineers and field representatives; January 1961



FOLDER : 25.

Report: Microwave and Power Tube Division Marketing Survey: Product Sales and Field Sales, by Charles R. Walker and Associates; carbon, 1961



FOLDER : 26.

Report: Microwave and Power Tube Division Marketing Survey: Product Sales and Field Sales, by Charles R. Walker and Associates; rough draft, 1961



Semi Conductor Division



FOLDER : 27.

Interviews with Division foremen; April 1961



FOLDER : 28.

Interviews with engineering personnel; February, April 1961



FOLDER : 29.

Interviews with management outside the Semi Conductor Division; November 1960



FOLDER : 30.

Interviews with manufacturing executives; April 1961



FOLDER : 31.

Notes; 1961



FOLDER : 32.

Outline: Some Tentative Conclusions Based on Interviews with Management Outside the Semi Conductor Division; undated



FOLDER : 33.

Report: Preliminary Exploration of Attitudes in the Semi Conductor Division of Raytheon Manufacturing Company, by Douglas Williams Associates, Inc.;



FOLDER : 34.

Speech: History, Products and Organization of Raytheon, by E. L. Bowles; undated



Reports



FOLDER : 35.

Management As A Socio-Technical System - A New Approach To The Study Of Organizational Change, by Robert H. Guest; carbon, 1965



FOLDER : 36.

Management Looks At Itself: The Glens Falls Insurance Company Home Office, by Robert H. Guest; carbon, 1961



FOLDER : 37.

Report on Group Conference Program of the Cine Kodak and Sheet Film Division, Eastman Kodak Company, by Robert H. Guest and Charles R. Walker; carbons, 1950, 1951



FOLDER : 38.

A Report on Labor and Human Relations on the Monongahela Connecting Railroad, by Robert H. Guest and Charles R. Walker; carbon, 1951



FOLDER : 39.

A Report on Training and Labor Relations in the Pittsburgh Works of the Jones and Laughlin Steel Corp., by Robert H. Guest and Charles R. Walker; typescript, 1950



FOLDER : 40.

Research Proposal: Modern Technology: Its Effects on Men and Organizations, A Research Proposal to the Foundation for Business Education in the United States, by Robert H. Guest; carbon, 1965



Consulting Work; Torin Company



FOLDER : 41.

Interview guide and summary of interview results; 1979



FOLDER : 42.

Interviews with management personnel; 1979



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Report on Torin's problems and some recommendations, by Robert H. Guest; undated



Consulting Work; Torrington Manufacturing Company



FOLDER : 44.

Report: A Report on the Air Impeller Division, by Robert H. Guest; carbon, 1959



FOLDER : 45.

Report: A Report on Manufacturing Supervision, Machine Division, Torrington Manufacturing Company, by Robert H. Guest; carbon, 1960



FOLDER : 46.

Report: Summary of Employee Attitudes, Western Division, Torrington Manufacturing Company, Van Nuys, California, by Charles R. Walker and Associates; carbon, 1961



FOLDER : 47.

United Aircraft: Interviews with management personnel; 1963



General Motors: Allison Aircraft Engineering Activities



FOLDER : 48.

Broadside: Six Basic General Motors Principles, by H. H. Curtiss; undated



Questionnaires



FOLDER : 49.

General Motors Corporation, Allison Aircraft Enginerring Activities Survey, by GM Employee Research Section; undated



FOLDER : 50.

Oldsmobile Questionnaire, by GM Employee Research Section; undated



FOLDER : 51.

Satisfaction Checklist, by GM Employee Research Section; undated



FOLDER : 52.

Supplement for Engineers, by GM Employee Research Section; undated



FOLDER : 53.

Supplement for Supervisors, by GM Employee Research Section; undated



Reports



FOLDER : 54.

Employee Attitude Ratings, By Occupational Group By Length of Service, by GM Employee Research Section; 1957



FOLDER : 55.

Excerpt: Allison Aircraft Engineering Activities Employee Attitude Survey: Employee Attitudes Toward Working Conditions, by GM Employee Research Section; 1957



FOLDER : 56.

GMAC Employee Attitude Survey: Report on Employees, by GM Employee Research Section; 1956



FOLDER : 57.

Preliminary Report on a Survey of Allison Aircraft Engineering Activities, by GM Employee Research Section; 1957



FOLDER : 58.

Science, Technology And Society, by Dr. L. R. Hafstad; at the Annual Meeting, American Association for the Advancement of Science, December 1956



FOLDER : 59.

Speech: What Recent Surveys Tell Us About Engineers, by R. H. Harris; at a GM Personnel Conference, February 1957



FOLDER : 60.

Speech: What Recent Surveys Tell Us About Salaried Employees, Foremen and Supervisors, by L. N. Laseau; at a GM Personnel Conference, February 1957



General Motors: Framingham, Mass; Assembly Plant



FOLDER : 61.

Article: Of Time and the Foreman, by Robert H. Guest; reprinted from Personnel, May 1956



FOLDER : 62.

Book Ms.: The Foreman on the Assembly Line, by Robert H. Guest, Charles R. Walker, and Arthur N. Turner; misc. chapters, incomplete, 1953-1954



FOLDER : 63.

Code book: Auto 2, 1971-1972 Auto Worker Study, using IMPRESS file, by Stanley Udy; photocopy, 1971



FOLDER : 64.

Coding Scheme, based on a report, What A Foreman Does, by the GM Employee Research Section; 1952



FOLDER : 65.

Comments by the interviewers; 1953, 1955, undated



FOLDER : 66.

Correspondence; 1957, 1959



FOLDER : 67.

Interviews with foremen, Dept. 11, Body Metal; 1953



FOLDER : 68.

Interviews with foremen, Dept. 15, Paint; 1953



BOX 2.

General Motors: Framingham, Mass. (cont.) - General Motors: Linden, N.J.



General Motors: Framingham, Mass. (cont.)



FOLDER : 1.

Interviews with foremen, Dept. 17, Trim; 1953



FOLDER : 2.

Interviews with foremen, Dept. 25, Chassis; 1953



FOLDER : 3.

Interviews with foremen, Dept. 27, Car Conditioning; 1953



FOLDER : 4.

Interviews with General Foremen, Depts. 11, 15, 17, 25 and 27; 1953



FOLDER : 5.

Interviews with Superintendents, Depts. 11, 15, 17, 25 and 27; 1953



FOLDER : 6.

Interviews with top management executives; 1953, 1955



FOLDER : 7.

List of Supervisory personnel in Depts. 11, 15, 17, 25 and 27; 1953



FOLDER : 8.

Memos; 1953



FOLDER : 9.

Notes



FOLDER : 10.

Project statistics; 1955, undated



FOLDER : 11.

Questionnaire, with a list of questions not asked in the Linden, N.J. survey



FOLDER : 12.

Questions asked of foremen; 1953



Reports



FOLDER : 13.

Detailed Observation Of A Foreman's Day, by Robert H. Guest; typescript, 1954



FOLDER : 14.

Four Foremen Summary, author unidentified; carbon, 1954



FOLDER : 15.

Observation Methodology and Supervisory Behavior, by Harry P. O'Neill and Albert J. Kubany; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 16.

Report on Observation Study, author unidentified; incomplete typescript, 1955



FOLDER : 17.

Summary of Conference Material and Conclusions of the Program - “Problems of Supervisory Leadership” Conducted at BOP Framingham, by David E. Zwick; mimeographed copy, 1954; with Comments on Dave Zwick Report on the “Problems of Supervisory Leadership” Dated May 20, 1954, by Robert H. Guest and Charles R. Walker; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 18.

Untitled, the topic is the attitude of hourly employees toward the union, author unidentified; carbon, 1953



FOLDER : 19.

What Does A Foreman Do? A Report on a Study of Framingham BOP Made in 1954, by the Technology Project, Yale University; carbon, 1955



FOLDER : 20.

What Does A Foreman Do? A Report on a Study of Framingham BOP Made in 1954, by the Technology Project, Yale University; original draft, 1955



FOLDER : 21.

Yale Studies of BOP Plants 1949-1956, author unidentified; February 1957



FOLDER : 22.

Study Proposal: The Plant Manager, by the Yale Technology Project; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 23.

Transcript of a conference between Arthur N. Turner and Chris Argyris about The Foreman on the Assembly Line manuscript; carbon, 1954



General Motors: Linden, N.J. Assembly Plant



FOLDER : 24.

Abstract: Organizational Change and the Successful Leader, by Robert H. Guest; two versions, typescript, carbon, undated



Articles



FOLDER : 25.

An Interaction Approach to the Theory of Organization, by William F. Whyte; typed copy, source and date unknown



FOLDER : 26.

The Man On The Assembly Line - A Generation Later, by Robert H. Guest and Stanley H. Udy; typescript, incomplete, 1973



FOLDER : 27.

Twelve Hazards In Organizing, prepared by Robert Goelz; reprinted from Factory Management And Maintenance, June 1957



FOLDER : 28.

Brochure: A Friendly Welcome: The Linden Plant, Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac Assembly Division, General Motors Corp., undated



FOLDER : 29.

Checklist of questions used in interviews with selected hourly employees; 1952, 1956



FOLDER : 30.

Comments on Linden workers, by Chris Argyris; 1953



FOLDER : 31.

Comments on various departments within the plant; undated



FOLDER : 32.

Correspondence; 1951, 1953-1954, 1956-1958



FOLDER : 33.

Dissertation Proposal: Organizational Change: A Case Study in Managerial Succession, by Robert H. Guest; carbon, undated



FOLDER : 34.

Excerpts from Proposal for a Study on Authority, by Peter M. Blau; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 35.

Excerpts from the written materials of various social scientists; holograph, undated



FOLDER : 36.

Holograph draft of an untitled report on the Linden plant; incomplete, undated



FOLDER : 37.

Interviewers' comments and observations; 1953, 1955, 1956



FOLDER : 38.

Interviewers employed in the Linden study



FOLDER : 39.

Interview question-areas, coding scheme; 1957



FOLDER : 40.

Interviews with Detroit personnel experts; 1952



FOLDER : 41.

Interviews with foremen; 1952



FOLDER : 42.

Interviews with foremen; 1953



FOLDER : 43.

Interviews with foremen; 1956



FOLDER : 44.

Interviews with general foremen; 1953



FOLDER : 45.

Interviews with general foremen; 1956



FOLDER : 46.

Interviews with hourly employees, B-H; 1957



FOLDER : 47.

Interviews with hourly employees, J-Y; 1957



FOLDER : 48.

Interviews with selected hourly employees; 1952, 1956



FOLDER : 49.

Interviews with superintendents; 1953



FOLDER : 50.

Interviews with superintendents; 1956



FOLDER : 51.

Interviews with upper management executives; 1953



FOLDER : 52.

Interviews with upper management executives; 1956



FOLDER : 53.

Job classifications and rates; 1951



FOLDER : 54.

Lists of employees who refused to be interviewed; undated



FOLDER : 55.

Management organization chart; undated



FOLDER : 56.

Misc. foreman interviews; undated



FOLDER : 57.

Misc. hourly employee interviews; 1951, 1952



FOLDER : 58.

Misc.



1958 Detroit Follow-Up Trip



FOLDER : 59.

Comments about the trip; typescript, carbon



FOLDER : 60.

Interviews with Management and Industrial Relations personnel; 1958



FOLDER : 61.

Notes



FOLDER : 62.

Organization charts; ca. 1954, 1958, 1959, undated



FOLDER : 63.

Proposal: Basic Principles of Linden, author unidentified; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 64.

Proposal: General Motors - Explaining the Study of Managers to Managers, author unidentified; carbon, undated



FOLDER : 65.

Notes on interviews with supervisory personnel; undated



FOLDER : 66.

Notes on observations, hypotheses and plan of action for Linden plant; undated



FOLDER : 67.

Notes on the worker survey and analysis; undated



FOLDER : 68.

Notes on written and verbal presentations to GM officials; undated



FOLDER : 69.

Outline of work standards procedures; 1957



FOLDER : 70.

Rationale for non-quantitative study; ca. 1959



FOLDER : 71.

Raw data for use in prospectus; undated



Reports



FOLDER : 72.

Assembly Line Workers Discuss Their Foremen, author unidentified; carbon, ca [UNK]



FOLDER : 73.

Attitude Survey of B-O-P Production Workers at the Linden Plant, by GM Employee Research Section; carbon, 1953



FOLDER : 74.

Foremen As A Group, by Arthur N. Turner; carbon, undated



FOLDER : 75.

The Linden B-O-P Story, by the Yale Technology Project; carbon, undated



FOLDER : 76.

Minutes of Special Meetings Held on June 17, 18 and 24, 1948 on Local Wage Agreement Negotiations, by C. M. Young; mimeographed copy, 1948



FOLDER : 77.

Personnel Department Practices, Policies, Procedures and Programs In Regard To Hiring, Induction and Turnover, GM Corp., Linden Plant; ca. 1955



FOLDER : 78.

Plant Y Workers and the Immediate Job, by Arthur N. Turner; carbon, 1954



FOLDER : 79.

Plant Y Workers Discuss the Company, with a Supplement, by Arthur N. Turner; carbons, 1953-1954



FOLDER : 80.

Preliminary Report on the Linden B-O-P Story, by Robert H. Guest; incomplete carbon, undated



FOLDER : 81.

Preliminary Report on the Linden B-O-P Story, by Robert H. Guest; original version, undated



FOLDER : 82.

Progress Report: Linden Survey, author unidentified; carbon, undated



BOX 3.

General Motors: Linden, N.J. (cont.) - National Tube Co: Ellwood City, Pa.



General Motors: Linden, N.J. (cont.)



Reports (cont.)



FOLDER : 1.

Progress Report No. 1: Employee Suggestion Plan, by E. T. Azar; 1956



FOLDER : 2.

Report on Statistical Work Done To Date, author unidentified; carbon, August 29, 1952



FOLDER : 3.

Untitled misc. chapters about the Linden plant, author unidentified; typescript and carbon, undated



FOLDER : 4.

The Wife's Attitude Toward the GM Job, author unidentified; carbon, 1952



FOLDER : 5.

Working Conditions, by Arthur N. Turner; carbon, 1954



FOLDER : 6.

Yale Studies of BOP Plants, author unidentified; typescript, 1956



FOLDER : 7.

Reports on talks with Detroit management; 1952, 1953, 1955



FOLDER : 8.

Selected quotes from worker interviews



FOLDER : 9.

Speech: An Improved Basis For Assuring Justifiable Employee Evaluation (and, incidentally), Helping Develop Employee Efficiency, by Algie A. Hendrix; at the Engine Group Meeting, LaGrange, Illinois, 1952



FOLDER : 10.

Speech: The Principles and Policies Behind General Motors, by Alfred P. Sloan, Jr. before the Automobile Editors of American Newspapers, at the GM Proving Ground, Milford, Michigan, 1927



Statistics



FOLDER : 11.

Analyses of comments by foremen during interviews; 1956



FOLDER : 12.

Breakdown of total population of Linden production workers in Seniority Brackets 1937-1940; 1952



FOLDER : 13.

Charts and figures showing Absenteeism, Turnover and Personal Time lost as% of scheduled time; ca. 1951-1956



FOLDER : 14.

Charts and figures showing efficiency costs and losses during cutbacks; 1953-1956



FOLDER : 15.

Charts showing GM plants and products, salaried and hourly employment summary, and the weekly force report for the week ended May 11, 1952; 1952



FOLDER : 16.

Charts showing the grievance records per 100 employees for 1952-1953 and 1955-1956



FOLDER : 17.

Cities and towns included in the survey, and distribution of employees therein; ca. 1951



FOLDER : 18.

Code sheet for Linden IBM cards, and work sheets; ca. 1952



FOLDER : 19.

Code sheets (number of question, personal data, type of job, etc.)



FOLDER : 20.

Comparison of simple statistics, Framingham and Linden, in per cents of total samples; 1952



FOLDER : 21.

Information available within the plant on individual employees



FOLDER : 22.

List of workers interviewed, with interview numbers; 1952



FOLDER : 23.

List of non-production workers and job descriptions of non-production jobs



FOLDER : 24.

Number of trips to GM plants and offices, with specific costs for Linden in 1952



FOLDER : 25.

Occupational groups of production workers in seniority bracket 1937-1940 for each department; 1952



FOLDER : 26.

Record of disciplinary action, grievances and “quits” at Linden plant; 1951-1952



FOLDER : 27.

Safety standings; 1952-1953, 1955-1956



FOLDER : 28.

Worker questionnaire, question checklist, and list of questions not used in Framingham study



FOLDER : 29.

Suggestions for action to be taken at GM assembly plants; ca. 1952, 1954



FOLDER : 30.

Supervisory Evaluation Profiles; results of Crissey tests on several potential foremen; 1950-1951



FOLDER : 31.

Supervisory Training Program: foreman selection forms and class schedules; ca. 1953



FOLDER : 32.

Supervisory Training Program; schedule for 1956; 1955



FOLDER : 33.

Thesis study material; ca. 1957



FOLDER : 34.

Training Manual: Linden Plant Continuous Safety Program, Section I; 1955



FOLDER : 35.

Training Manual: Three Routes To Higher Quality, author unidentified; 1955



FOLDER : 36.

Transcript of interview with plant manager; 1956



Union



FOLDER : 37.

Comments on management and union cooperation, probably written by Robert H. Guest; undated



FOLDER : 38.

Interview with UAW-CIO International Representative, 1952, and with Local 595 (Linden) president, 1956



FOLDER : 39.

Newsletter: Local 595 UAW-CIO Assembler, Linden, N.J.; May 1956



FOLDER : 40.

Notes



FOLDER : 41.

Report (untitled) on why workers join a union, author unidentified; undated



Health Care Study, Hanover, N.H.



FOLDER : 42.

List of members of Primary Care Advisory Committee, undated



FOLDER : 43.

Proposal: Upper Valley Health Care: A Proposal Sponsored by Upper Valley Planning and Development Council; carbon, 1972



FOLDER : 44.

Report: Primary Medical Care: A Survey of Community Opinion, Hanover, Norwich, Summer 1970, by Robert H. Guest, J. Stephen Moss and Joseph J. Schulte; November 1970



Leeds University: Grantley Hall Seminar



FOLDER : 45.

Brochures describing the seminars; 1955, 1956, 1958, 1959



Case Studies



FOLDER : 46.

The B-L Company - A Case; no source given, undated



FOLDER : 47.

Calhoun Company, reprinted from The Administrator: Cases on Human Relations In Business, by John D. Glover and Ralph M. Hower, 1957



FOLDER : 48.

Cutts Manufacturing Company, Harvard Graduate School of Business; ca. 1955



FOLDER : 49.

Haig Chemical Company (B), reprinted from The Administrator..., by Glover and Hower; 1957



FOLDER : 50.

The Hampton Shipyard Company, reprinted from The Administrator..., by Glover and Hower; 1957



FOLDER : 51.

Harwood Manufacturing Company, based on article by L. Coch and S.R.P. French in Human Relations, 1948; 1955



FOLDER : 52.

List of characters in the case studies presented; 1958



FOLDER : 53.

The Night Superintendent; no source given, undated



FOLDER : 54.

Porter Manufacturing Company; no source given, undated



FOLDER : 55.

Stubton Company, reprinted from The Administrator..., by Glover and Hower; 1957



FOLDER : 56.

XYZ Company (Retail Foods); no source given, undated



FOLDER : 57.

Correspondence; 1957-1959



FOLDER : 58.

Discussion notes; 1958



FOLDER : 59.

Essay: Effects of Group Structure Upon Members, author unidentified; mimeographed copy, undated



FOLDER : 60.

Examination questions in Industrial Management III; May-June 1958



FOLDER : 61.

Lecture notes; 1958



FOLDER : 62.

Lists of reference books for use in seminars; undated



FOLDER : 63.

List of seminar participants; February, April 1958



FOLDER : 64.

Pamphlet: Adult College, Grantley Hall: Programme of Courses; April-September 1958



NASA



FOLDER : 65.

Chart illustrating Principal Investigator - MSFC Relationship; undated



FOLDER : 66.

Fact sheet: Apollo Telescope Mount, Marshall Space Flight Center, Alabama; 1968



FOLDER : 67.

Interviews with personnel integral to the Apollo Telescope Mount program; 1968



FOLDER : 68.

Memo, Director of Personnel, NASA, to Distribution; September 1970



FOLDER : 69.

Report: The Apollo Telescope Mount Program: A Glimpse Of Success, by Robert H. Guest; photocopy, 1969



National Tube Co.: Ellwood City, Pa.



FOLDER : 70.

Article: The Ellwood City Story, author unidentified; carbons, 1960



FOLDER : 71.

Correspondence; 1947-1948



FOLDER : 72.

Interviews; Keys to Hot Mill foremen and general foremen quotes



FOLDER : 73.

Interviews with Hot Mill foremen; 1947



FOLDER : 74.

Interviews with Hot Mill general foremen; 1947



FOLDER : 75.

Interviews with Hot Mill hourly employees, A-L; 1947



FOLDER : 76.

Interviews with Hot Mill hourly employees, M-W; 1947



FOLDER : 77.

Interviews with non-Hot Mill hourly employees; 1947



FOLDER : 78.

Interviews with top management executives; 1946-1948



FOLDER : 79.

Lists of National Tube Co. employees, their addresses, other personal data, and types of jobs



FOLDER : 80.

Notes



BOX 4.

National Tube Co.: Ellwood City, Pa. (cont.) - Source Material



National Tube Co.: Ellwood City, Pa. (cont.)



FOLDER : 1.

Pamphlet: The Manufacture of Steel Tubular Products, National Tube Co., U.S. Steel Corp. Subsidiary; 1944



FOLDER : 2.

Questionnaire: Ellwood City Project: Worker Questionnaire; undated



FOLDER : 3.

Questionnaire: Yale University Question Sheet; undated



FOLDER : 4.

Report: Report on Inspection of No. 5 Hot Mill, author unidentified; carbon, 1947



FOLDER : 5.

Report: Suggestions to the Corporation Regarding the Move, Yale Technology Project; carbon, undated



FOLDER : 6.

Speech: Remarks by Mr. Samuel G. Neff, at Annual Meeting of Stockholders of U.S. Steel Corp., May 5, 1947; published copy and carbon, 1947



Union



FOLDER : 7.

Correspondence; 1947 (unidentified correspondent)



FOLDER : 8.

Interviews with grievance committeemen; 1947



FOLDER : 9.

Interviews with local union officials; 1947



FOLDER : 10.

Interviews with Sam G. Neff, International Representative, USA-CIO; 1947, undated



FOLDER : 11.

Interviews with union organizers; 1947



FOLDER : 12.

Notes



FOLDER : 13.

Outline: Structure of Human Relations of Tube Mill Workers; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 14.

Report: Manpower Utilization and Its Future in Ellwood City Works, by Sam G. Neff; carbon, 1947



FOLDER : 15.

Report: Perspective Memorandum of Development in Gary Move Versus Ellwood Position, by Robert Griffith; carbon, 1947



FOLDER : 16.

Report: Verbatim Report on Reactions to Pleas by Sam Neff to U.S. Steel Stockholders on May 5, 1947, based on initial reports in Pittsburgh and Ellwood City newspapers; carbon, 1947



National Tube Co.: Lorain, Ohio



FOLDER : 17.

Interviews with hourly employees; 1949



FOLDER : 18.

Interviews with hourly employees; 1951



FOLDER : 19.

Interviews with hourly employees; 1953



FOLDER : 20.

Lists of employees surveyed, occupations and personal data; 1952



FOLDER : 21.

Notes on interviews with management personnel; 1952



FOLDER : 22.

Report: Job Requirements: The Immediate Job Environment, New and Old Jobs Compared, by Robert H. Guest; carbon, 1950



FOLDER : 23.

Report: Sections for The Workers' Mill, by Charles R. Walker; carbon, 1952



Source Material



Articles



FOLDER : 24.

Automation and Collective Bargaining, by Victor G. Reuther; prepared for Free Labour World, November 1956



FOLDER : 25.

Automation: How Soon and How Much, by Forde Steel; in Auditgram, March 1955



FOLDER : 26.

Automation: The Impact of Technological Change, by Yale Brozen; reprinted by courtesy of American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, ca. 1963



FOLDER : 27.

Automation: What's In A Name?, by H. Solow; working ms., property of Fortune Magazine, 1956



FOLDER : 28.

A Ball-Point Pencil...Is A Computer?, by Ted F. Silvey; reprinted from Computers and Automation Magazine, February 1958



FOLDER : 29.

Business Week Reports to Readers on: Automation, Business Week Magazine, October 1, 1955



FOLDER : 30.

The Coming Technological Society, by Dr. Simon Ramo; in Computers and Automation Magazine, February 1958



FOLDER : 31.

Current Studies of the Decision Process: Automation Versus Creativity, by Harold D. Sasswell; reprinted from The Western Political Quarterly, September 1955



FOLDER : 32.

Facing Up To Automation, by John Diebold and Robert Cahn; in Saturday Evening Post, September 22, 1962



FOLDER : 33.

Government By Computers?, by David Bergamini; in The Reporter, August 17, 1961



FOLDER : 34.

History and Significance of Automatic Control, by Frederick G. Kilgour; in The Yale Scientific Magazine, May 1955



FOLDER : 35.

Human Relations on the Assembly Line, by Charles R. Walker; reprinted from Proceedings Ninth Annual Industrial Engineering Institute, University of California, 1957



FOLDER : 36.

The Impact of Automation and the Workers, by Ted F. Silvey; reprinted from Free Labor World, October 1955



FOLDER : 37.

Individual and Organizational Correlates of Automation, by Floyd C. Mann and L. Richard Hoffman; advance copy of article for The Journal of Social Issues, 1956



FOLDER : 38.

Labor Faces Automation, by Ted F. Silvey; reprinted from Catholic Digest, January 1957



FOLDER : 39.

Library Services to Adults: The Educational Challenge of Technological Change, by Maxwell H. Goldberg; in PLA Bulletin, May 1964



FOLDER : 40.

Maintenance of Way Employment, by William Haber and Mark L. Kahn; reprinted from Monthly Labor Review, October and November 1957



FOLDER : 41.

Major Office Automation Meeting Held In Chicago; in Office Management, December 1955



FOLDER : 42.

Mankind's Most Momentous Revolution, by Frank H. Weir; reprinted from The Philadelphia Enquirer, June 28, 1964



FOLDER : 43.

More Implications of Automation by Solomon Barkin; reprinted from IUD Digest, Fall 1959



FOLDER : 44.

The Pennsylvania Humanities Course, by Richard A. Gibboney; in Phi Delta Kappan, October 1964



FOLDER : 45.

Principles for Area Redevelopment Legislation, by Solomon Barkin; reprinted from Labor Law Journal, August 1959



FOLDER : 46.

The Problem of the Repetitive Job, by Charles R. Walker; reprinted from Harvard Business Review, May 1950



FOLDER : 47.

Research into the Social Effects of Automation, by J. R. Gass; mimeographed copy, undated



FOLDER : 48.

Technology: Trouble-Maker or Trouble-Shooter, by John H. Wolfenden; reprinted from Dartmouth Alumni Magazine, January 1949



FOLDER : 49.

Bibliography on Automation published by Rutgers University; 1956



FOLDER : 50.

Book: Technological Trends and National Policy: Report of the Subcommittee on Technology to the National Resources Committee; 1937



FOLDER : 51.

Book review: As Unions Mature: An Analysis of the Evolution of American Unionism, by Richard A. Lester; reviewed by Solomon Barkin, in Social Research, Winter 1959



FOLDER : 52.

Brochure: Automation and Major Technological Change; IUD (AFL-CIO); 1958



FOLDER : 53.

Brochure: More Than Wages: Job Security, IUD (AFL-CIO); undated



FOLDER : 54.

Clippings; 1956, undated



FOLDER : 55.

Conference packet: Man and Automation, sponsored by Society For Applied Anthropology, Yale University, December 27-28, 1955



FOLDER : 56.

Conference programs; 1955, 1964



FOLDER : 57.

Correspondence; 1955, 1959-1960



FOLDER : 58.

Editorial: Automation's Impact on Education, by Neil Hurley; in Instruments and Automation, January 1956



FOLDER : 59.

Essay: Automation: The Domestic Challenge of the Sixties, by George H. Linck; mimeographed copy, 1964



FOLDER : 60.

Excerpts from various books on automation and technology; carbons, undated



FOLDER : 61.

Four case histories from the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration; 1954



Magazines



FOLDER : 62.

Abstracts and Annotations..., N.Y. State School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University, September 1955



FOLDER : 63.

Saturday Review, Special Issue; January 22, 1955



FOLDER : 64.

School and Society, Special Issue on Automation; October 31, 1964



FOLDER : 65.

Manual: Electronic Installations Division Procedural Guide #4 - Edition October 5, 1955; company and author unknown



FOLDER : 66.

Misc.



FOLDER : 67.

Newsletter: What's New In Collective Bargaining Negotiations and Contracts, Bureau of National Affairs, Washington, D.C.; February 25 and March 11, 1955



FOLDER : 68.

Notes



Pamphlets



FOLDER : 69.

The Age of the Thinking Robot and What It Will Mean to Us, by Robert Bendiner; reprinted from The Reporter, April 7, 1955



FOLDER : 70.

Automation, CIO Committee on Economic Policy; undated



FOLDER : 71.

Automation and the Automobile Worker, by William A. Faunce; 1958



FOLDER : 72.

Automation and Technological Change: Report of the Joint Committee on the Economic Report to the Congress of the United States; 1956



FOLDER : 73.

Automation and the White-Collar Worker, by Jack Stieber; 1957-1958



FOLDER : 74.

Automation: Its Impact on Business and Labor, by John Diebold; 1959



FOLDER : 75.

The Automobile Industry and Automation and Leisure, by William A. Faunce; 1959-1960



FOLDER : 76.

Business Topics, Michigan State University; 1960



FOLDER : 77.

Cahiers D'Etude De L'Automation: Bibliographie Analytiques, Recherches De Sociologie Du Travail; 1957



FOLDER : 78.

Causes of Industrial Peace Under Collective Bargaining, National Planning Association; 1953



FOLDER : 79.

The Challenge of Automation: Papers Delivered at the National Conference on Automation; 1955



FOLDER : 80.

Computers Are Cheaper, reprinted from the IUD Digest; Spring 1957



FOLDER : 81.

Conference on Automation and Industrial Development, sponsored by State of New York, and Dept. of Commerce; 1954



FOLDER : 82.

Economic and Social Implications of Automation, A Bibliographic Review, by Gloria Cheek; undated



FOLDER : 83.

The Educational Record, Penn State University; Spring 1964



FOLDER : 84.

The Function of Management, by Solomon Barkin; reprinted from Business Topics, Winter 1960



FOLDER : 85.

Governor's Conference on Automation, sponsored by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts; 1960



FOLDER : 86.

Humanistic Imperatives in an Age of Technology, by Charles T. Davis; PLA Bulletin, August 1964



FOLDER : 87.

The Impact of Automation...on Production and Employment, by James B. Carey; and On Ethics and Culture, by Margaret Mead; 1957



FOLDER : 88.

Implications of Developments in Automation for our Economy, by Solomon Barkin; reprinted from The American Economy: An Appraisal of Its Social Goals..., the Joint Council on Economic Education; undated



FOLDER : 89.

Industrial Education in a Changing Democratic Society, by Lynn A. Emerson; 1955



FOLDER : 90.

The Industrial Union Department, AFL-CIO; undated



FOLDER : 91.

Labor Looks At Automation, AFL-CIO; 1959



FOLDER : 92.

Making the Automatic Factory a Reality, by a group of Harvard Business School students and John Diebold; 1951



FOLDER : 93.

Manpower: Challenge of the 1960's, U.S. Dept. of Labor; 1960



FOLDER : 94.

Medical and Psychological Aspects of Modern Industry, by Dr. Claude Veil; reprinted from International Labor Review, January 1957



FOLDER : 95.

Modern Science and Management Creating a New Industrial Revolution by Solomon Barkin; reprinted from Proceedings of the 7th Annual Meeting, Industrial Relations Research Association, 1954



FOLDER : 96.

A New Concept in Machine Tool Automation, Electronic Control Systems, Inc., Los Angeles; undated



FOLDER : 97.

Proceedings of the Carnegie Study Group on the Basic Principles of Automation, UNESCO; 1958



FOLDER : 98.

Source Materials on Automation and Related Subjects, compiled by Library, UAW-CIO Research and Engineering Dept.; 1955



BOX 5.

Source Material (cont.) - World tour: France



Source Material (cont.)



Pamphlets (cont.)



FOLDER : 1.

Streamlining Office Equipment and Services, American Management Association Office Management Series No. 135; 1953



FOLDER : 2.

Techniques For Tomorrow: International Cooperation In Technical Assistance, U.N. Publications; 1956



FOLDER : 3.

Technology and Human Values, by Alan Trachtenberg; reprinted from Technology and Culture, Summer 1964



FOLDER : 4.

Three Case Studies in Automation, Political and Economic Planning, London; 1957



FOLDER : 5.

The Total Challenge of Automation, by John I. Snyder, Jr.; 1963



Reports



FOLDER : 6.

British Institute of Management National Conference, Harrowgate, 2nd-4th November 1955, Report of Discussion at Sectional Meeting E.3, by John Diebold; 1955



FOLDER : 7.

Some Current Thoughts on the Possible Use of Magnetic Tape Policy Files in a Life Insurance Office, by M. E. Davis; 1954



FOLDER : 8.

Studies of Automatic Technology: A Case Study of a Company Manufacturing Electronic Equipment, U.S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics; 1955



FOLDER : 9.

Studies of Automatic Technology: A Case Study of a Large Mechanized Bakery, U.S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics; 1956



FOLDER : 10.

Studies of Automatic Technology: A Case Study of a Modernized Petroleum Refinery, U.S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics; 1956



FOLDER : 11.

Studies of Automatic Technology: The Introduction of an Electronic Computer in a Large Insurance Company, U.S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics; 1955



Research Papers/Speeches



FOLDER : 12.

Application of the Univac to Payrolls, by L. C. Simmons; at the American Management Association Special Electronics Conference, Hotel Statler, New York, 1955



FOLDER : 13.

Automation: A Factor in Business Policy Planning, by John Diebold; at the 2nd Annual Conference on Business and Tax Policy, Palm Beach, Florida, 1955



FOLDER : 14.

Automation and Its Implications, by K. G. Van Auken, Jr.; before the New York State Council For the Social Studies, 1958



FOLDER : 15.

Automation in the Automobile Industry: Some Social Implications, by William A. Faunce; at the American Sociological Society Meetings, 1957



FOLDER : 16.

Automation Requires Changes in Economic and Employment Patterns, by Ted F. Silvey; at the 24th Annual Convention of the Western Council Lumber and Sawmill Workers Union, Portland, Oregon, 1961



FOLDER : 17.

Automation's Impact on Industry, by Walter S. Buckingham, Jr.; at the International Association for Cybernetics, Namur, Belguim, 1958



FOLDER : 18.

The Collective Bargaining Relationship in the United States and Its Relationship to Productivity and Technological Change, by Otis Brubaker; at the Trade Union Seminar on Collective Bargaining and Productivity, West Berlin, 1957



FOLDER : 19.

Correlates of Automation in Power Plants, by L. R. Hoffman; at the SPSSI Symposium, American Psychological Association Meetings, Chicago, 1956



FOLDER : 20.

The Department of Labor and Automation Research, by K. G. Van Auken, Jr.; before the Society of Applied Anthropology, Yale University, 1955



FOLDER : 21.

The Effect of Automation Upon Future Education and Training Programs, by John M. Convery; at the Educational Council, Graphic Arts Industries, Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1955



FOLDER : 22.

Executive Problems and Opportunities Arising Out of Automatic Systems, by L. C. Simmons; at the American University Institute on Electronics in Management, Washington, 1955



FOLDER : 23.

FOSDIC and Office Automation...to Fulfill the 1960 U.S. Census, by Ted F. Silvey; Washington, 1960



FOLDER : 24.

The Impact of Automation on Wages and Working Conditions in Ford Motor Company - UAW Relationships, by Ken Bannon and Nelson Samp; before the Industrial Union Dept. Conference on Automation and Major Technological Change, 1958



FOLDER : 25.

The Impact of Automation on White-Collar Workers, by Jack Stieber; at the Midwest Economics Association Meetings, Milwaukee, 1957



FOLDER : 26.

Implications of Automation, by James Stern; at the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Atlanta, Georgia, 1955



FOLDER : 27.

Isolation of Operators and Concentration With or Without Motor Discharge, by Andre Lucas; at the World Health Organization Study Group on the Mental Health Problems of Automation, Geneva, Switzerland, 1958



FOLDER : 28.

Jobs and Income Security in Railway Mergers and Abandonments, by Eli Oliver; at the Industrial Union Dept. Conference on Automation and Major Technological Change; 1958



FOLDER : 29.

Labor's Viewpoint in Applications of Computers, by Ted F. Silvey; at the Computer Conference of the National Petroleum Refiners Association, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1962



FOLDER : 30.

Luncheon Address, by Robert Nathan, Economist, to the Industrial Union Dept. Conference on Automation and Major Technological Change, 1958



FOLDER : 31.

Organizational Impact of White-Collar Automation, by Floyd C. Mann and Lawrence K. Williams; draft for a discussion at the IRRA, Chicago, 1958



FOLDER : 32.

Possible Effects of Automation on Older Workers, by James Stern; at the 8th Annual Conference on the Aging, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1955



FOLDER : 33.

Presentation of Ted F. Silvey...to the afternoon session, September 28, of the 1955 Annual Planning Conference, American Society of Planning Officials and Community Planning Association of Canada, Montreal, 1955.



FOLDER : 34.

Some Relationships Between Technical Progress and Social Progress, by David Riesman; at the Conference on Technical and Social Progress, Greenfield, N.H., 1954



FOLDER : 35.

Statement of James A. Suffridge, President, Retail Clerks International Association, AFL-CIO, before the Joint Economic Committee of the U.S. Congress, 1957



FOLDER : 36.

Technology and the Need to Learn, by Ted F. Silvey; at the Convention of the Switchmen's Union of North America, Buffalo, N.Y., 1963



FOLDER : 37.

The Welfare State: A Source of Strength or Weakness?, by Ted F. Silvey; before the Brotherhood Week Panel Discussion, The Temple, Cleveland, Ohio, 1963



FOLDER : 38.

Study proposal: Automation, the Job and the Employee, by Jack Stieber; Michigan State University, undated



FOLDER : 39.

Study proposal: Proposal for a Study of Personnel and Human Relations Policies for Automation, John Diebold Associates, Inc., 1959



FOLDER : 40.

Thesis proposal: Mass Production and Political Attitudes, by Lewis Lipsitz; undated



FOLDER : 41.

Tuck School: Report; The Amos Tuck School of Business Administration, Dartmouth College, Research and Outside Activities, by Robert H. Guest and William Barnet III; 1965



World tour: Australia



FOLDER : 42.

Article: Migrants, Unionism and Society, by Petro Georgiou; from Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology, February 1973



FOLDER : 43.

Correspondence; 1973



FOLDER : 44.

Interviews with government Dept. of Labor officials; 1973



FOLDER : 45.

Interviews with management personnel, Australian Motors Industry; 1973



FOLDER : 46.

Interviews with management personnel, Ford Motor Company of Australia; 1973



FOLDER : 47.

Interviews with management personnel at 4 General Motors-Holden plants; 1973



FOLDER : 48.

Interviews with union officials; 1973



FOLDER : 49.

Key to interview coding scheme



FOLDER : 50.

Log of claims, Vehicle Builders Employees' Federation of Australia; undated



FOLDER : 51.

Newsclipping; photocopy, 1973



FOLDER : 52.

Notes



FOLDER : 53.

Notice: New South Wales Branch of the Vehicle Builders Employees' Federation of Australia, Leyland Australia-Zetland and Liverpool, Notice to Members; September 17, 1973



FOLDER : 54.

Pamphlet: Vehicle Industry Award 1972, The Vehicle Builders Employees' Federation of Australia; 1972



FOLDER : 55.

Report: Labor Summary, General Motors Holden's Pty., Ltd.; 1973



FOLDER : 56.

Speech: The Union Viewpoint on Job Enrichment, by Joe Thompson; at “The Forum,” November 7, 1973



FOLDER : 57.

Business cards



World tour: France



Articles



FOLDER : 58.

La Regie Et Les Conditions De Travail, by A. Lucas; photocopy, 1973



FOLDER : 59.

Les Conditions De Travail Des O.S. A La Regie Renault, by Andre Lucas; photocopy, 1972



FOLDER : 60.

Les Problems Economiques et Sociaux de L'Automation, by Andre Lucas; photocopy, undated



FOLDER : 61.

Les Propositions De La C.G.T.: Dans la negociations avec le C.N.F.A. sur les conditions de travail, by Henri Krasiecki; in Le Peuple, April 1, 1974



FOLDER : 62.

L'Isolement Des Operateurs Et L'Attention Avec Ou Sans Decharge Metrice Dans Les Ateliers Automatises, by Andre Lucas; extract from Bulletin du Centres D'Etudes et Recherches Psychotechniques, October-December 1959



FOLDER : 63.

Bibliography: Publications and Derestricted Papers, Manpower and Social Affairs Directorate; 1973



FOLDER : 64.

Brochure: La Gamme Du Groupe Renault; undated



FOLDER : 65.

Brochure: Renault Motoculture: Une Gamme Complete de Tracteurs et Plus de 250 Machines Agricole; undated



Chrysler France



Articles



FOLDER : 66.

A Diagnostic Approach to Job Enrichment, by William E. Reif and Ronald C. Tinnell; in Business Topics, Autumn 1973



FOLDER : 67.

L'Enrichissement Des Taches: Methode D'Approche Par Diagnostic, by William E. Reif and Ronald C. Tinnell; in Business Topics, Autumn 1973



FOLDER : 68.

Comite Des Conditions De Travail; lists of members and functions of the organization, 1972



FOLDER : 69.

Comite Des Conditions De Travail; Minutes of Meetings, December 1972-January 1974



FOLDER : 70.

Magazine: Contact; January 15, 1973, January 15, 1974, February 15, 1974



FOLDER : 71.

Outline: Descriptif du programme de formation: Ergonomie de Correction, Formation Centrale Technique, January 1973



FOLDER : 72.

Outline: Descriptif du programme de formation: Ergonomie de Conception, Formation Centrale Technique, October 1973



Reports



FOLDER : 73.

Analyse du poste de Dechargement Des Pneumatiques, Formation Centrale Techniques, November 1971



FOLDER : 74.

Enquete Transfert Culasses 949, Formation Industrielle; June 1973



FOLDER : 75.

An Experience of Grouping Operations: Synthesis on Studies on “No. 26-27” Production Lines Relating to a Lengthening of Time Cycles for Different Job Operations, by Andre Laporte; 1972



FOLDER : 76.

Le Problem Des O.S.: Examen du rapport du groupe d'etude patronal, Formation Centrale Technique; November 1971



FOLDER : 77.

Work accident statistics; 1973



FOLDER : 78.

Correspondence; 1973-1974



FOLDER : 79.

Description of Guest's purpose in France; occasion and date unknown



FOLDER : 80.

Enterprise et Personnel, Institut D'Etudes et de Development; information packet



FOLDER : 81.

Interview with management personnel of the BSN glass company; 1974



FOLDER : 82.

Interview with management personnel, Chrysler of France plant; 1974



FOLDER : 83.

Interview with management personnel, the Renault plant at Flins; 1974



FOLDER : 84.

Interview with researchers at the Entreprise et Personnel Institut; 1974



FOLDER : 85.

Interview with union officials; 1974



FOLDER : 86.

Itineraries; 1974



FOLDER : 87.

Magazine: Renault Magazine; October 1973



Manuals



FOLDER : 88.

Classifications et Filieres du Personnel Mensuel de la Regie Nationale des Usines Renault; undated



FOLDER : 89.

La Livre Blanc de ses Realisations Sociales, Chrysler France Realise par les Relations Humaines; January 1974



FOLDER : 90.

O.S. Grosses Et Moyennes Presses avec participation au montage des outies, Document remis a Mr.; 1972



FOLDER : 91.

Maps of various automobile factories



FOLDER : 92.

Misc. information sheets on contract negotiations



FOLDER : 93.

Newsclippings; photocopy, 1974



Newsletters



FOLDER : 94.

Agence Nationale Pour L'Amelioration Des Conditions De Travail, Ministere Du Travail; June 1976



FOLDER : 95.

Conventions Et Accords, Federation Force Ouvriere de la Metallurgie; June 1973



FOLDER : 96.

Force-Ouvriere, Syndicat des Travailleurs Renault-Billancourt; 1974



FOLDER : 97.

Intersocial, Actualite Sociale Internationale; April 5, 1974



FOLDER : 98.

L'Accord d'Entreprise de la Regie Nationale des Usines Renault; ca. 1973



FOLDER : 99.

Moteurs Echange Standard, R.N.U.R. Choisy-le-Roi; July 20, 1973



FOLDER : 100.

Notes Du Ministere Du Travail, De L'Emploi Et De La Population; February 11-17, 1974



FOLDER : 101.

Newsletters reporting on the law of December 27, 1973 re: Amelioration Des Conditions De Travail; September 1973, January 1974



FOLDER : 102.

Notes



Pamphlets



FOLDER : 103.

Les Conditions Du Travail, Federation Generale de la Metallurgie C.F.D.T.: 1972



FOLDER : 104.

Le Probleme Des O.S., by Rapport Du Groupe D'Etude Patronal; 1971



FOLDER : 105.

Les Problemes de Personnel dans L'Industrie Automobile a L'Heure du VIe Plan, by Jacques Vincent; reprinted from Le Mouvement Social, October-December 1972



FOLDER : 106.

Quatre Experiences Etrangeres sur Une Nouvelle Organisation Des Taches, by MM. D. Arquie, D. Nebenhaus, et J. P. Noreck; 1973



FOLDER : 107.

The Regie Nationale des Usines Renault, Renault direction des relations exterieures; 1972



FOLDER : 108.

Renault Informations, Regie National des Usines Renault; 1973



FOLDER : 109.

Report: Job Enrichment, Equipes Autonomes, Nouvelles Perspectives Dans La Restructuration Du Travail, by Henri Douard; 1972



BOX 6.

World tour: France (cont.) - World tour: Sweden



World tour: France (cont.)



Reports (cont.)



FOLDER : 1.

La Maitrise Rapport De Fin De Periode, by Paul Chaumette and Etienne Minarik; 1973



FOLDER : 2.

Les Jeunes: Attentes, Accueil et Mise En Place Dans L'Entreprise, by Serge Dewitte and Henri Douard; 1972



FOLDER : 3.

Speech: Automation et Performance Humaine Etat De La Question Dans Les Industries Mecaniques De Serie, by Andre Lucas; at 2eme Congres D'Ergonomie De Langue Francaise, Brussels, Belgium, 1964



FOLDER : 4.

Speech: Division Du Travail, Elargissement Des Taches Et Automatisme, by Andre Lucas; at Journees Internationales D'Information Du B.T.E., Paris, May 1957



Great Britain



FOLDER : 5.

Article: The Demand For Participation Among Employees, by George Hespe and Toby Wall; in Human Relations, Vol. 29, No. 5, 1976



FOLDER : 6.

Article: Participation, Organization and Social Cohesion, by John Child; in Human Relations, Vol. 29, No. 5, 1976



FOLDER : 7.

Correspondence; 1972-1974, unidentified



FOLDER : 8.

Extracts from Guest's 1962 book, Organizational Change: The Effects of Successful Leadership



FOLDER : 9.

Interviews with management personnel, British Leyland Motor Company plant; 1974



FOLDER : 10.

Interviews with management personnel, Chrysler, U.K. Ltd., plant; 1974



FOLDER : 11.

Interviews with management personnel, Vauxhall Motors plants; 1974



FOLDER : 12.

Itineraries; 1974



FOLDER : 13.

Lists of persons to visit and/or interview



FOLDER : 14.

Memorabilia



FOLDER : 15.

National Quality of Work Center Memoranda packets; 1976



FOLDER : 16.

Newsclippings; 1974



FOLDER : 17.

Notes



FOLDER : 18.

Report: Labor Summary, Vauxhall Motors; 1973



FOLDER : 19.

Statistics on absenteeism and turnover at Vauxhall plants; 1973



Italy



FOLDER : 20.

Article: The Growth of the IRI Group, author unidentified; in Success, December 1972



FOLDER : 21.

Interviews with Alfa-Romeo/Alfasud management personnel; 1974



FOLDER : 22.

Interviews with management personnel, Fiat plants; 1974



FOLDER : 23.

Interviews with management personnel, Olivetti Company plant; 1974



FOLDER : 24.

Interviews with union and labor relations officials; 1974



FOLDER : 25.

Misc.



FOLDER : 26.

Newsclippings; 1971, 1973-1974, undated



FOLDER : 27.

Note cards



FOLDER : 28.

Notes



Pamphlets



FOLDER : 29.

Alfa Romeo, Alfasud; 1972



FOLDER : 30.

Alfasud; 1972



FOLDER : 31.

FIAT, Fiat Publicite; undated



FOLDER : 32.

FIAT Historical Notes, Factories, Installations, Products, Organizations, Institutions and Welfare, edited by the Public Relations Dept. of the Fiat Group; 1973



FOLDER : 33.

FIAT: Lo Stabilimento di Cassino; undated



FOLDER : 34.

FIAT: Reports of the Board of Directors and of the Auditors, Ordinary General Meeting of Stockholders; 1973



FOLDER : 35.

Photographs of Alfa Romeo plant assembly lines



FOLDER : 36.

Published photo layout of the Mirafiori automobile factory; source and date unknown



Japan



FOLDER : 37.

Interviews with management personnel, Honda Motor Company; 1973



FOLDER : 38.

Interviews with management personnel, Isuzu Motors Ltd.; 1973



FOLDER : 39.

Interviews with management personnel, Nissan (Datsun) Company; 1973



FOLDER : 40.

Interviews with management personnel, Toyo Kogyo (Mazda) Company; 1973



FOLDER : 41.

Interviews with management personnel, Toyota Motor Car Company; 1973



FOLDER : 42.

Interviews with union officials; 1973



FOLDER : 43.

Interviews with university educators; 1973



FOLDER : 44.

Newsclippings; undated



FOLDER : 45.

Newsletter: IMF News, published by the International Metalworkers' Federation; September 1973



FOLDER : 46.

Notes, acting as key to interview codes



FOLDER : 47.

Report: Changing Worker Values and Their Policy Implications in Japan, by Shin-ichi Takezawa; 1972



The Netherlands



FOLDER : 48.

Correspondence; 1973, 1974, undated



FOLDER : 49.

Interview with J. F. den Hertog, Dept. of Industrial Psychology, the Philips Company; 1974



FOLDER : 50.

Pamphlet: Work-Structuring: A Summary of Experiments at Philips - 1963 to 1968, based on a report by J. L. J. M. van der Does de Willebois; undated



FOLDER : 51.

Proposal to the Ford Foundation; 1973



Singapore



FOLDER : 52.

Interview with Director of Industrial Relations, Ford Motor Company; 1973



FOLDER : 53.

Interview with Personnel Manager, Associated Motor Industries plant; 1973



FOLDER : 54.

Report on tour of Ford Motor Company plant; 1973



FOLDER : 55.

Report: Report on Vehicle Industry in the Philippines, by R. E. Wilson; mimeographed copy, 1973



World tour: Sweden



Articles



FOLDER : 56.

Granges Motivates By Plant Democracy, by David Clutterbuck; in International Management, July 1974



FOLDER : 57.

Group Assembly: How It Works at Saab; in Industry Week, June 10, 1974



FOLDER : 58.

Organizational Innovations in Sweden, by Noel M. Tichy, with Thore Sandstrom; in Columbia Journal of World Business, Summer 1974



FOLDER : 59.

Participation at Volvo, by Pehr G. Gyllenhammar; in Journal of General Management, Summer 1974



FOLDER : 60.

The Third Managerial Revolution, by Lee E. Preston and James E. Post; in Academy of Management Journal, September 1974



FOLDER : 61.

Bibliography cards



FOLDER : 62.

Brochure: The Manufacture of Saab 99 - engines at Saab - Scania, Sodertalje, Saab-Scania; 1972



FOLDER : 63.

Charts illustrating absenteeism and turnover%, Volvo; 1974



FOLDER : 64.

Charts illustrating the goals and organization of an Organizational Development project; undated



FOLDER : 65.

Copy for an employee course manual on exercising leadership; 1972



FOLDER : 66.

Correspondence; 1973-1974



FOLDER : 67.

General observations during a Volvo visit, by Robert Guest; 1975



FOLDER : 68.

Graphs illustrating quality index, personnel turnover and adjustment in averages, Volvo truck division; ca. 1973



FOLDER : 69.

Interviews with educators; 1974



FOLDER : 70.

Interviews with labor representatives; 1974



FOLDER : 71.

Interviews with Saab-Scania personnel; 1974



FOLDER : 72.

Interviews with state representatives; 1974



FOLDER : 73.

Interviews with Volvo personnel; 1974



FOLDER : 74.

Itineraries; 1974



FOLDER : 75.

Magazine clippings; photocopies, 1972-1975, undated



FOLDER : 76.

Minutes of meetings of development groups at Saab-Scania transmission and truck assembly shops; 1973



FOLDER : 77.

Misc.



FOLDER : 78.

Newspaper clippings; 1974, 1975, undated



News releases



FOLDER : 79.

International Metalworkers' Federation; August 1972



FOLDER : 80.

Scania Information, Saab-Scania; 1972, undated



FOLDER : 81.

Volvo Press Information; 1972-1974, undated



FOLDER : 82.

Notes



FOLDER : 83.

Organizational charts for the Volvo Group of Companies; 1974



FOLDER : 84.

Outline of Skandia's organization and development activities, used as a basis for discussion at a conference on changes in work organizations; 1974



Pamphlets



FOLDER : 85.

Autonomous Groups and Payment By Results, by Hans Lindestad and Jan-Peter Norstedt; 1973



FOLDER : 86.

Det Har Ar Saab-Scania, Trollhattan; 1971



FOLDER : 87.

Publications in English 1973, by the Swedish Council For Personnel Administration; 1973



FOLDER : 88.

Saab 95/96 v4, Saab-Scania; 1974



FOLDER : 89.

Volvo, AB Volvo Communications and Public Affairs; 1974



FOLDER : 90.

Volvo Annual Report for 1972; incomplete, 1973



FOLDER : 91.

Volvo Annual Report for 1973; 1974



Reports



FOLDER : 92.

Changes in Work Organization: Summary of Trial Activities in Sweden, by Magnus Hedberg; 1972



FOLDER : 93.

Job Design Experiment at Saab-Scania's Automotive Plants in Sodertalje, author unidentified; 1971



FOLDER : 94.

LKAB Joint Consultation System, by Olle Hammerstrom; translated by Valerie C. Martin, 1972



FOLDER : 95.

Montering-Provning 5040, by P.-G. Perhed; 1974



FOLDER : 96.

Produktionsteknik Och Arbetsgladje: Production Technology, Alienation and Mental Health: Summary and Conclusions, by Bertil Gardell; undated



FOLDER : 97.

A Program of Action, by the Program Committee, Swedish Metal Workers' Union, 29th Congress; 1973



FOLDER : 98.

Research on Self-Developing Forms of Organization, by Karl O. Fayen; 1971



FOLDER : 99.

Research Programme of the Development Council's Working Group for Research (URAF), URAF; 1972



FOLDER : 100.

Restructuring of Work, by T. Brenton, Volvo Truck Division; 1974



FOLDER : 101.

The Social and Economic Aspects of Labor Force Turnover and Absenteeism, AB Volvo; 1974



FOLDER : 102.

Some Conclusions Drawn From Internal Study of the Volvo Experiences re: Changes of Working Conditions, by Jorgen Ahlinder; 1975



FOLDER : 103.

Swedish Report: Rights and Functions of Trade Unions and Their Representatives at Enterprise Level, by Christer Asplund; 1974



FOLDER : 104.

With Varying Success, by Jan Edgren; 1973



FOLDER : 105.

White-Collar Unionism in Sweden, an introduction by Lennart Bodstrom; 1973



FOLDER : 106.

Speech by Pehr Gustav Gyllenhammar at the 75th Anniversary of the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration, Dartmouth College; May 29, 1976



BOX 7.

World tour: Switzerland - World tour: Yugoslavia



World tour: Switzerland



FOLDER : 1.

Correspondence; 1973



FOLDER : 2.

Interviews with Swiss International Metal Workers' Union officials; 1974



FOLDER : 3.

Misc.



FOLDER : 4.

Program outline: Industrial Democracy, by J. J. O'Connell; for the International Seminar on Management Development, Geneva, 1974



FOLDER : 5.

Report: Evolving a Common International Strategy By Labor Organizations Toward the Multinational Corporations -- The Work of the IMF World Auto Councils, by Burton Bendiner; 1973



FOLDER : 6.

Report: Report of the Working Party on the In-Depth Review of the General Conditions of Work Programme, International Labour Office. Governing Body; 1974



Turkey



FOLDER : 7.

Correspondence; 1973



FOLDER : 8.

Report: A Practical Academic Cooperative System (PAC) to Increase the Efficiency of Management Application, by Ilhami Karayalcin; 1972



United States



FOLDER : 9.

Article: State-of-the-Art Questions About Quality of Worklife, by Edward M. Glaser; in Personnel, May-June 1976



FOLDER : 10.

Article: What Workers Want From Their Jobs, by Charles N. Weaver; in Personnel, May-June 1976



FOLDER : 11.

Bibliography cards



FOLDER : 12.

Newsclippings; 1972, 1973



FOLDER : 13.

Report: The Man on the Assembly Line Revisited, by Robert H. Guest; 1976



FOLDER : 14.

Report: Trip Report, by Ben Blau; 1976, with an explanatory letter



West Germany



FOLDER : 15.

Clipping; notes; undated



FOLDER : 16.

Correspondence; 1974



FOLDER : 17.

Interview with collective bargaining officer, I. G. Metall; 1974



FOLDER : 18.

Interview with Director of Industrial Relations, Ford Werkes, Cologne; 1974



FOLDER : 19.

Interviews with management personnel, Adem Opel plant, General Motors; 1974



FOLDER : 20.

Interviews with management personnel, Mercedes-Benz; 1974



FOLDER : 21.

Interviews with management personnel, Opel plant; 1974



FOLDER : 22.

Interviews with management personnel, Volkswagen plant; 1974



FOLDER : 23.

Interview with a professor in the Dept. of Industrial Engineering, Karlsruhe University; 1974



FOLDER : 24.

Lists of personnel to be interviewed; 1974



Yugoslavia



FOLDER : 25.

Correspondence; 1973, undated



FOLDER : 26.

Interview with management personnel, Lovida Crvena Zastava plant; 1974



FOLDER : 27.

Interview with a professor of Industrial Sociology, University of Zagreb; 1974



BOX 8

Contains correspondence, a handwritten journal, writings, and one photograph.





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