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Click to edit Master subtitle style 8/29/11 Management History Those Who Ignore the Past Are Doomed to . . . Report to Those Who Embrace It.
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8/29/11 Learning Objectives l Be able to describe how each of the key influences in management history influence today’s views of management l Be able to discuss why management as it is seen today is an integration of all of these forces. l Articulate how these influencing factors have impacted tactics, effort and/or skillfulness
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8/29/11 Outline l Division of Labor l The Industrial Revolution l Classical Approach l Human Resource Approach l Quantitative Approach l Integrative Views
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Adam Smith l Professor of Logic and held the Chair of Moral Philosophy at the University of Glasgow l Wrote The Wealth of Nations (1776) l Invisible Hand l Division of Labor 1723-1790
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Industrial Revolution l Began in England in late 1700s; Moved to the U.S. by the end of the Civil War l The substitution of machine power for human power
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Views of the Industrial Revolution
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8/29/11 The Classical Approaches l Scientific Management Frederick W. Taylor Frank and Lilliam Gilbreth (Henry Gantt) l General Administrative Theory Max Weber Henri Fayol
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Frederick W. Taylor l Mechanical Engineer l Wrote The Principles of Scientific Management (1911) l Best know for “Time Studies”, “The Best Way”, and “Pig Iron Studies” l Soldiering l Considered controversial 1856-1915
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8/29/11 Taylor’s Legacy l The principal object of management should be to secure the maximum prosperity for the employer, coupled with the maximum prosperity for each employee.
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