What Machines Can't Do: Politics and Technology in the Industrial Enterprise
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What Machines Can't Do: Politics and Technology in the Industrial Enterprise

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Virtually every manufacturing company has plans for an automated "factory of the future." But Robert J. Thomas argues that smart machines may not hold the key to an industrial renaissance. In this provocative and enlightening book, he takes us inside four successful manufacturing enterprises to reveal the social and political dynamics that are an integral part of new produ...more
Hardcover, 336 pages
Published March 25th 1994 by University of California Press
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