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14. The classical perspective consists of three main subfields: a. scientific management, administrative management, and bureaucratic management. b. systems analysis, contingency theory, and Theory Z. c. quantitative management, administrative management, and the Hawthorne effect. d. bureaucratic management, contingency theory, and the Hawthorne effect. e. administrative management, Theory Z, and scientific Management. ANS: A DIF: E OBJ: 3 NOT: Recall 15. The oldest of the "formal" viewpoints of management emerged during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries and has come to be known as the 34
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16. Which of the following correctly matches the approach to management with its primary emphasis? 17. Which of the following correctly matches the approach to management with its primary emphasis? 18. Which of the following correctly matches the management scholar with the theory that he or she is most closely identified with? a. administrative management-Elton Mayo b. scientific management-Elton Mayo c. contingency theory-Lillian Gilbreth d. bureaucratic management-Frederick Taylor e. administrative management-Henri Fayol ANS: E DIF: E OBJ: 3 NOT: Recall 19. Which of the following employed the time-and-motion studies that identified and measured worker's physical movements while the worker performed a task? 20. Scientific management focuses on
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