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Ford and mustang

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In the Sanding Booth at Ford & Mustang

In the Sanding Booth at Ford & Mustang

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  • Working Condition – u’r going to hate that jobAs long as u kill urself for them, they’ll keep uU die in little waysCriticality – 55-58 cars in an hr, plan ahead to get a drink of waterRoutinization – workrs have learned which parts of job can be skipped when they r tiredDissatisfaction – Long Breaks, Absent-Minded workersShop floor – workers united, but for hating the ford the management ppl and the foremen. Foremen used to complain that workers r lazy and can work betterWorkers used to express their frustration through sabotaging or taking long breaks.
  • Youthful image – youth and educated people
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    • 1. IN THE SANDING BOOTH AT FORD & MUSTANG ByHarshit Garg Varun Sharma Rahul Vermani Rohit Sindhwani
    • 2. Ford • 1974 – Only auto plant that was actively hiring • Worker’s Message : “Work is hard but the pay is good” • Insights • Working condition at sanding booth • Criticality of Work : “67 Seconds” • Routinization of Work • Dissatisfaction among the workers • Division of Labor and Human Minds • Unity and trust among the workers • Shop floor as battlefield
    • 3. The Mustang • New sporty look economy car • Iacocca’s perspective • A combination of hard work and big dreams • Focus on • New ideas and New models • Art and Creativity • Youthful image • His Shortcomings • Underestimation of sales of Mustang “Hotcakes are selling like the Mustang” • Overlooked the pressures on workers • Recognition for success not shared with workers
    • 4. Job Roles at Ford Manager Worker • Role is static & mundane • Role is challenging & • Work out of compulsion & • • • • fear Followers: Alienation with decision making Unhealthy and unsafe conditions No Union/Supervisor support Lack job satisfaction • • • • • appealing Eager to take initiatives Decision Makers Comfortable working environment Supportive Cross-functional teams Highly satisfied and motivated
    • 5. Role of WORK in human life ? • Gives identity to an individual • That appeals to the creative instinct of a worker • Source of continuous learning to an individual • Satisfies the psychological, physical, safety and social needs • That makes an individual susceptible to change • To Summarize, the work must impart overall satisfaction and happiness to an individual
    • 6. THANK YOU !

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