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How did the Industrial Revolution change jobs and organizations? A) Managers realized the importance of synergistic tasks. B) Managers realized the importance of customer relations. C) Low-paid,
unskilled workers running machines began to replace high-paid, skilled artisans. D) Skilled jobs were performed in homes rather than in factories. E) Managers learned to use delegation.
How did the Industrial Revolution change jobs and organizations? C) Low-paid, unskilled workers running machines began to replace high-paid, skilled artisans.
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