Bert Wessel, Amerika-Tagebuch (1951)

A major part of the Productivity Program was the Work-Study for Productivity Program, in which young European workers would visit the United States to gain insight into plant level collective bargaining and labor relations. One such European student was Hubertus Wessel, who was part of Project Impact and a junior partner at Wesselwerk AG in Bonn, Germany. Similarly to many other exchange students, Wessel was astonished at the cordial reception he received in the United States. Wessel primarily focused on technological and organizational efficiency, into which he was able to gain considerable insight during his time in America.

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