Chapter 2:know elements of scientific managementclassical management, types, limitations & contributionsFrederick Taylor, Henry Mintzberg, Abraham Maslow, Douglas McGregor, Henry GanttHenri Fayol, Elton Mayo, Charles Babbage, Frank Gilbreth, Max Weber, Hugo MunsterbergFrederick Taylor: Observed soldering-employees deliberately working at pace slower than their capacities•-> implemented piecework pay system: increase the pay of workers who met and exceeded the target level of output set-developed system of scientific management Henry Mintzberg: classification of manager's roles and skills •Abraham Maslow: Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs•Douglas McGregor: Theory X and Theory Y (Theory X-people do not like work & try to avoid it) '•(Theory Y- people are committed to goals, they do not naturally dislike work )•Henry Gantt: implemented Gantt chart-> a means of scheduling work and can be generated for each worker or for an entire complex project•Henri Fayol: wrote General and Industrial Management•-Administrative Management TheoryElton Mayo: Hawthorne experiment •Charles Babbage: inventor of first mechanical computer •Frank Gilbreth: documented experience pf raising 12 children in the book and original 1950 movie Cheaper by the Dozen•-contributed to craft of bricklaying-helped shape the field of industrial psychology, and contributed to field of personnel managementMax Weber: wrote theory of social and economic organization•
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