Which one of the following represents a group incentive plan?

A. Halsey Premium Plan

B. Lincoln Plan

C. Rowan Plan

D. Taylor Plan

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  1. Process layout is employed for
  2. Process layout is also known as
  3. The production scheduling is simpler and high volume of output and high labour efficiency are achieved…
  4. PERT requires
  5. Pick up the correct statement from the following
  6. Monte Carlo solutions in queuing theory are extremely useful in queuing problems
  7. M.T.M. is used to
  8. Scheduling
  9. In a line organisation
  10. Father of time study was
  11. Critical path on PERT/CPM chart is obtained by joining the events having
  12. Product layout is best suited where
  13. Statistical quality control techniques are based on the theory of
  14. Time study is carried out
  15. In queuing theory, the nature of the waiting situation can be studied and analysed mathematically if
  16. According to MAPI formula, the old machine should be replaced by new one when (CAM = Challenger's Adverse…
  17. Which of the following wage incentive plan guarantees minimum wage to a worker and bonus is paid for…
  18. What does symbol 'V' employ in work study
  19. The average time recorded by work study man for an operation is called
  20. Choose the wrong statement. Motion study is used for
  21. The grouping of activities into organisational units is called
  22. Which one of the following chart gives simultaneously information about the progress of work and machine…
  23. CPM is
  24. In the Emerson efficiency plan, a worker receives only his daily wage and no bonus is paid till his…
  25. Slack of various events on the critical path in PERT/CPM chart
  26. Replacement studies are made on the following basis:
  27. An event is indicated on the network by
  28. PERT analysis is based upon
  29. Indirect expenses include
  30. A company spends considerable amount on publicity to promote sales. This expenditure in break even chart…