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“ At the peak of his celebrity in the early twentieth century, Taylor gave lectures around the country and was as famous as Edison or Ford ”

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A daydreamer who's really into psychology, philosophy & novels.

I tried to summarize a 30 minute article on Taylor, Ford & The Productivity Experiment on medium in 10 minutes. I found the article very fascinating, so why not post it on Deepstash?

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