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Henry Noll, or Knoll, or Knolle, but to the world best known, through Taylor's tale of him in The Principles of Scientific Management, as "Schmidt." He is probably the most famous laborer in the world, generations of business students having heard…

Frederick W. Taylor--the man who first made "Scientific Management" popular--demonstrates beyond doubt that the shoveler does his best day's work for you when his average is 21 pounds.

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Portrait of Frederick W. Taylor, father of Scientific Management.