Cheaper by the Dozen Essay | Essay

Frank Bunker Gilbreth, Sr.
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Cheaper by the Dozen

Summary: Frank and Lillian Gilbreth ran their family like an efficient factory by their organization, decision-making, and rewards. In the novel, Frank, who is the Papa, is strict while Lillian, who is the Mama, is nice and gentle. Frank and Lillian Gilbreth's way of running their family of 12 children make lots of connections to a way a factory would run. Frank and Lillian might be mom and dad but they sure ran their family in a strange way.
Frank and Lillian Gilbreth ran their family like an efficient factory by their organization, decision-making, and rewards. In the novel, Frank, who is the Papa, is strict while Lillian, who is the Mama, is nice and gentle. Frank and Lillian Gilbreth's way of running their family of 12 children make lots of connections to a way a factory would run. Frank and Lillian might be mom and dad but they sure ran their family in a strange way.

A way Frank and Lillian ran their family like an efficient factory is by their organization. A way they showed organization is by their job charts. A job chart was a chart on which they would have to initial their names after doing the following things; brushing their teeth, brushing their hair, making their bed, weighing themselves and then graphing it, and after doing their homework. Dad was the one who...

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