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MT140_JoeyFinley_Unit 2_Assignment

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Running head: EVOLUTION OF MANAGEMENT 1 Evolution of Management Joey Finley Kaplan University Introduction to Management MT140 Maria Minor May 31, 2011
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Evolution of Management The first known management ideas were recorded in 3000-4000 B.C. One Pyramid built by Egyptian ruler Cheops required work to be done by 100,000 men for over twenty years in 2900 B.C. Such monumental work could not be completed without adherence to principles of sound management. There are many different names for the many different styles of the way management has and will be done. For time sake, the four commonly known approaches of the classic, behavioral, systems and contingency will be discussed herein. They are unique from each other and yet share similar qualities. Of the presented types, the behavioral approach is the best style to use. The classic approach started in the early 20 th century with a primary focus on just getting the job done. The individual worker was just part to do the job assigned and getting it done within whatever means was necessary. The individual was part of the large scale manufacturing.
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