Frederick taylors scientific management theory

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21. Frederick Taylor's scientific management theory concentrated on the following three areas: a. task performance, supervision, and quality. b. task performance, supervision, and working conditions. 35
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c. task performance, supervision, and motivation. d. task performance, quality, and motivation. e. task performance, quality, and working conditions. ANS: C DIF: E OBJ: 3 NOT: Recall 22. Which of the following is not a basic expectation of management according to the scientific management approach? 23. Suppose you went to work for an auto parts manufacturer and soon learned that your managers were convinced that there is "one ideal way" to perform each job. If this were the case, you would be working for a company that subscribed to an approach to management referred to as 24. In the area of motivation, Frederick Taylor (Scientific Management) felt that __________ was the way to motivate workers to their fullest capabilities. 25. Terms such as therbligs and functional foremanship are associated with which school of management thought? a. bureaucratic management b. administrative management c. scientific management d. behavioral perspective e. systems perspective ANS: C DIF: E OBJ: 3 NOT: Recall 26. Frank Gilbreth identified 17 work elements (such as lifting, grasping, and positioning) in time-motion studies and called these elements: 36
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27. Administrative management focuses on
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