Henry Laurence Gantt Medal

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The Henry Laurence Gantt Medal was established in 1929 by the American Management Association and the Management section of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers[1] for "distinguished achievement in management and service to the community"[2] in honour of Henry Laurence Gantt.[3] By the year 1984 in total 45 medals had been awarded.[4]

Award winners[edit]

20th century winners, a selection
21st century winners[3]
  • 2000, Paul Soros
  • 2001, Roy Huffington
  • 2002, Alexander W. Dreyfoos
  • 2003, William Timken, Jr
  • 2004, Julie Spicer England
  • 2006, Charla K. Wise

References[edit]

  1. ^ National Academies, 1942, Scientific and Technical Societies of the United States and Canada, Volume 4. p. 62
  2. ^ Henry Laurence Gantt, Alex W. Rathe (1961), Gantt on Management: Guidelines for Today's Executive. p. 8
  3. ^ a b Henry Laurence Gantt Medal at asme.org. Accessed 08-05-2017
  4. ^ Charles M. Merrick (1984). "Henry Laurence Gantt Medal," ASME Management Division history, 1866-1980, p. 135
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad Lester Robert Bittel, Muriel Albers Bittel (1978), Encyclopedia of professional management . p. 456
  6. ^ Platts Power, Vol. 71, 1930, p. 581
  7. ^ ASME. Fred J. Miller: A Biography of a Man who Hoped Never to Grow So Old that a New Idea Would Shock Him. 1941. p. 9
  8. ^ Worcester Polytechnic Institute (1931), The Journal. Vol. 35-36, p. 47
  9. ^ Electrical Engineering, Vol. 60, 1941. p. 308
  10. ^ Power and the Engineer,Vol. 87, 1943, p. 216
  11. ^ Jane Lancaster (2015), Making Time: Lillian Moller Gilbreth -- Lillian Moller Gilbreth -- A Life Beyond "Cheaper by the Dozen". p. 314
  12. ^ Frank Henry Neely Papers - Georgia Tech Library. Accessed 08-05-2017
  13. ^ Morgen Witzel, Malcolm Warner. The Oxford Handbook of Management Theorists. p. 115
  14. ^ FRANCIS, CLARENCE: Papers, 1933-73, eisenhower.archives.gov. Accessed 08-05-2017
  15. ^ Richard Redwood Deupree (1885-1974), at libraries.uc.edu. Accessed 08-05-2017.
  16. ^ The Journal of Industrial Engineering, 1959. p. 489
  17. ^ American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Mechanical Engineering, Volume 83, 1961, p. 122
  18. ^ a b Catalog of Copyright Entries. Third Series, 1964: July-December. p. 1659
  19. ^ The MTM Journal of Methods-time Measurement, Volumes 9-12. 1963.
  20. ^ Gantt Medal Board of Award, Harold Bright Maynard. The Henry Laurence Gantt Memorial Gold Medal: Harold B. Maynard, 1964 Medalist, 1965.
  21. ^ Or 1977, see Mechanical Engineering: The Journal of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, The Society, 1979. p. 120
  22. ^ Charles Luckman Papers, 1908-2000 - Online Archive of California. Accessed 09-05-2017
  23. ^ MANAGEMENT REVIEW, 1983, p.33
  24. ^ Personnel, Vol. 64, 1987, p. 76
  25. ^ The Bent of Tau Beta Pi, Vol. 79-81, 1988, p. 45
  26. ^ Who's who of the Asian Pacific Rim, Vol. 6, 1998, p. 133
  27. ^ or 1997, see IEEE Membership Directory, Vol, 1-2, 2001, p. 192

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