We Aren't Sure Why These 8 Motivational Posters Were Created, But We Wish They Hadn't Been
by N/A, 8 years ago | 1 min read| 137
Long before the motivational poster became typical for every office, Eugene Wera wrote a motivational book full of advice on managing your employees called Human Engineering: A Study of the Management of Human Forces in Industry. Its advice is not what you would expect to see in many management books now, but they make some pretty great posters.
The proper assimilation of workers is more important that the selection of qualified workers.
Bolshevism is a systemâ€¦How shall we guard against it? By incessantly proclaiming what is our idea of democracy, fair and equal opportunity for all, no abuse of the weak by the strong, and no unjust crippling of the strong by the weak.
The emotion of struggle and victory is the essence of happiness.
Men must be instructed, drilled, and trained in their respective performances until their activity becomes automatic.
The sight of luxury can incite jealousy, anger, and revenge.
A light, clear machine-room will suggest a careful maintenance of the machines.
Social parties, festivities, dances, club meetings, moving pictures, uplifting lectures, inspiring readings, chorus singing, bands of music, etc., are all suggestive means of attaining an optimistic attitude.
The way to stimulate men in terms of sensuous pleasure is to provide pleasant working conditions.
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