Taylor's Testimony Before the Special House Committee1
Thursday, January 25, 1912.
The committee met at 10.40 o'clock a. m., Hon. William B. Wilson (chairman) presiding.
The witness was duly sworn by the chairman.
The Chairman. Will you please give your name and address to the stenographer, Mr. Taylor?
Mr. Taylor. Frederick Winslow Taylor, Highland Avenue, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pa.
The Chairman. Mr. Taylor, are you the author or compiler of the system of shop management generally known as the "Taylor system"?
Mr. Taylor. I have had a very great deal to do with the development of the system of management which has come to be called by certain people the "Taylor system, " but I am only one of many men who have been instrumental in the development of
Reprint of public document, Hearings Before Special Committee of the House of Representatives to Investigate the Taylor and Other Systems of Shop Management Under Authority of H. Res. 90; Vol. III, pp. 1377-1508.