Railroads and the Beginnings of Modern Management

Case Analysis

Consists of three selections by the most innovative of the early American railroad managers who created the organizational structures and control systems describe. Questions to be asked are: why and how such management techniques were created, how well it works, and how they differ from current techniques.

Consists of three selections by the most innovative of the early American railroad managers who created the organizational structures and control systems describe. Questions to be asked are:., Why and how such management techniques were created, how well it works, and how they differ from current techniques
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Alfred D. Chandler Jr.
Source: Harvard Business School
24 pages.
Release date: 01 June, 1977. Prod #: 377231-PDF-ENG
Railways and the beginnings of modern management HBR case solution