History of Management Thought

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History of Management Thought History of Management Thought: Classical Management Perspective Scientific Management Administrative Management Behavioural Management Perspective Human Relations Movement Organizational Behaviour Quantitative Management Perspective Integrating Perspectives Systems Approach, Contingency Approach Classical Management Perspective 1895 - mid 1930s Note: 1895 was not the starting point of “business” and management However, it was the first time that many workers were under one roof and the theory of management was considered Tough conditions for employees, passive approach by managers Scientific Management: Frederick (Winslow) Taylor Born 1856 in Pennsylvania As an apprentice machinist, he studied the processes of production Fired from Bethlehem Steel because his “radical” ideas antagonized other managers Considered the Father of Scientific Management Theory Scientific Management
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This note was uploaded on 08/10/2011 for the course BUS 121 taught by Professor L during the Spring '10 term at Wilfred Laurier University .

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