Talk:Alan Lakein

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I just find it a bit hard to believe that nobody considered Time worthy of study and conservation prior to Alan Lakein.

For example, according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_and_motion Time and Motion studies have been around since 1950.

~ ~ ~ ~ Ezalien 03:18, 23 August 2007 (EDT)

Actually, motion studies date considerably further back; Wikipedia:Frank Bunker Gilbreth, who died in 1924, was a pioneer of motion study. He is probably better known as the real life father of Wikipedia:Cheaper_by_the_Dozen, a novel written by one of the 12 children. (The recent Steve Martin movies bear no resemblance to the tales of Frank Gilbreth and family...)

Cbbrowne 13:51, 23 August 2007 (EDT) User:Cbbrowne 2007-08-23 13:50 EDT

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