|Statement||edited by Michael C. Wood and John C. Wood.|
|Series||Critical evaluations in business and management|
|Contributions||Wood, Michael C., Wood, John Cunningham.|
|LC Classifications||T55.7 .F73 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2002035843|
Efficiency engineers Frank and Lillian Gilbreth were at the forefront of this movement. Like all engineers, they tended to run their home by the same principles that guided their profession. As their oldest daughter points out in her humorous-but-incisive introduction, a great deal of regimentation is absolutely necessary in a large family or /5(). Looking for books by Lillian Moller Gilbreth? See all books authored by Lillian Moller Gilbreth, including As I Remember: An Autobiography by Lillian Gilbreth, and The Quest of the One Best Way (Management History Ser: No. 21), and more on Frank Bunker Gilbreth has 24 books on Goodreads with ratings. Frank Bunker Gilbreth’s most popular book is Principles of Scientific Management/Primer. Frank Gilbreth. Frank Gilbreth () is best known for his work with construction workers on the efficiency of motion. He developed many of the concepts and applications that are now part of modern management techniques. With his wife and professional partner, Lillian, Gilbreth introduced the application of psychology to industrial.
The Gilbreth family in , shortly before Frank Bunker Gilbreth Sr's death, with all eleven children who survived to adulthood. Standing are Fred, Dan and Jack. Seated are Frank Jr, Martha, Dr. Lillian Moller Gilbreth, Frank Sr, Ernestine and Anne. On laps are Jane and Bob. Seated in front are Bill and Lillian Jr. (Original image from Purdue. Frank and Lillian Gilbreth. Two more pioneers in the field of management theory were Frank and Lillian Gilbreth, who conducted research about the same time as Taylor. Like Taylor, the Gilbreths were interested in worker productivity, specifically how movement and motion affected efficiency. Frank and Lillian Gilbreth were a married American couple. Both were engineers and had an interest in scientific management, and Time and Motion Studies, working at a time with Frederick Taylor, the Father of Scientific Management. Together, they raised twelve children in New Jersey. They are also known through the book and movie Cheaper by. Lillian Evelyn Gilbreth, née Lillian Evelyn Moller, (born , Oakland, California, U.S.—died January 2, , Phoenix, Arizona), American psychologist and engineer who, with her husband, Frank Bunker Gilbreth, developed methods to increase the efficiency of industrial employees, most notably time-and-motion study. Britannica Explores.
Frank () and Lillian Gilbreth () brought together two of the main streams of management thinking over the past years. On the one . For some time, the only third-party book about the Gilbreths (parents as professionals or the family) was the dual biography written by Lillian's colleague. In recent years, there have been several books published, mostly focusing on Lillian and her somewhat overlooked solo career. Frank and Lillian Gilbreth: Partners for Life; Edna Yost, Frank B. Gilbreth Jr. has 17 books on Goodreads with ratings. Frank B. Gilbreth Jr.’s most popular book is Cheaper by the Dozen (Cheaper by the Doz. Book Description. Husband and wife, Frank Gilbreth () and Lilian Gilbreth (), are the figures most closely identified with time and motion studies. Pushing F.W. Taylor's ideas to the limit, they sought ways to determine 'the one best way to do work'.