Taylorism
noun Etymology: Frederick W. Taylor died 1915 American engineer Date: 1928 a factory management system developed in the late 19th century to increase efficiency by evaluating every step in a manufacturing process and breaking down production into specialized repetitive tasks

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  • taylorism — tay·lor·ism …   English syllables

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