Management of Men
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Citation:Ohio Mining Journal, no. 20 (1891), 55-59.
There is no subject of more interest to the mine manager than the management of men. This may seem at variance to the exact truth by the thoughtless and unconcerned, but by a little reflection any one will admit it to be a great factor in the role of success and the most difficult to learn. Very little is ever said or written upon this subject. Our State governments ask no questions of mine officials about their knowledge of men. It may be, to a certain extent, unnecessary to read long essays or to make extensive speeches about controling men, for some mine officials seem to govern instinctively; but it is reasonable to think that by a little philosophizing and honest discussion all may learn to govern better.
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