Enhancing Industrial Performance: Experiences With Integrating The Human Factor
This work focuses on the implementation of socio-technical innovation in manufacturing companies, offering practical examples in the management of the human-computer interface. Each example includes a cost-benefit analysis. The book adopts an
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