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The First Conference on Scientific Organization of Labour was held in Russia in January 1921 to bring together experts in different fields around the study of the problems of human work. Lenin had proposed a competition to produce a manual for the Scientific Organization of Labour following Platon Kerzhentsev publication of SOL. Kerzhentsev had outlined a three-fold approach: This conference was noted for a number of innovations: * input-output analysis * ergology, a fore-runner of ergonomics

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  • The First Conference on Scientific Organization of Labour was held in Russia in January 1921 to bring together experts in different fields around the study of the problems of human work. Lenin had proposed a competition to produce a manual for the Scientific Organization of Labour following Platon Kerzhentsev publication of SOL. Kerzhentsev had outlined a three-fold approach: 1. * A subjective approach looking at the worker with a view to maximising their efficiency. 2. * An objective approach focusing on the materials and tools used in the labour process. 3. * An integrative approach looking at how the first two approaches interrelate in a rational method of work organisation. This conference was noted for a number of innovations: * input-output analysis * ergology, a fore-runner of ergonomics (en)
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  • The First Conference on Scientific Organization of Labour was held in Russia in January 1921 to bring together experts in different fields around the study of the problems of human work. Lenin had proposed a competition to produce a manual for the Scientific Organization of Labour following Platon Kerzhentsev publication of SOL. Kerzhentsev had outlined a three-fold approach: This conference was noted for a number of innovations: * input-output analysis * ergology, a fore-runner of ergonomics (en)
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  • First Conference on Scientific Organization of Labour (en)
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