Differences - waste through standardization of work...

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Differences 1. Taylor looked at management from supervisory viewpoint & tried to improve efficiency at operating level. He moved upwards while formulating theory. On the other hand, Fayol analyzed management from level of top management downward. Thus, Fayol could afford a broader vision than Taylor. 2. Taylor called his philosophy “Scientific Management” while Fayol described his approach as “A general theory of administration”. 3. Main aim of Taylor - to improve labor productivity & to eliminate all type of
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Unformatted text preview: waste through standardization of work & tools. Fayol attempted to develop a universal theory of management and stressed upon need for teaching the theory of management. 4. Taylor focused his attention on fact by management and his principles are applicable on shop floor. But Fayol concentrated on function of managers and on general principles of management wheel could be equally applied in all....
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