work simplification

work sim·pli·fi·ca·tion

(wŏrk simpli-fi-kāshŭn)
Application to clinical procedures of time-and-motion studies, analysis of dental instruments and other equipment, and use of body mechanics to smooth patient's therapy.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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* "Systems Analysis and Work Simplification for Information Management" by Dr.
Our workforce reductions are mainly driven by two outcomes: work simplification as well as Nokia Devices and Services integration synergies and strategic alignment.
He added the reduction is part of a "work simplification" program, designed to enable managers to focus on location merchandising.
"Businesses call this work simplification or streamlining.
* Discuss work simplification and motion economy and how and why we utilize the principles in job design.
Young (1991) suggests that work simplification, adaptive equipment, and energy conservation may assist the individual in maintaining better health.
Work simplification was based on respect for the dignity of people and work and was developed by Frank Gilbreth from the age of seventeen, when he began work as a bricklayer.
Work Study initiatives such as Methods Studies, Value Analysis and Work Simplification programs are the established cost savings techniques.
This process-oriented approach provides the multidisciplinary view of operations that management needs to conduct meaningful performance reviews leading to work simplification, cost containment and productivity gains.
It grew out of the work simplification movement that began during the 1940s when industrial engineering began to come to the forefront of industry in America.