The Human Factor

  title={The Human Factor},
  author={J. L. E. D.},
THE fact that, our industrial system has a human, as well as a material, side has been brought prominently into view in recent times, and it is beginning to be recognised clearly that no perfect or satisfactory industrial system can be attained along the road of purely material progress. Hence industrialists all over the world who have Hitherto had their eyes turned wholly on physical science as the main source from which contributions to industrial progress were to be expected are now turning… Expand
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