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Discuss the principles of Fredrick Taylor’s theory in principles and practice of management.

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 Principles of Fredrick Taylor's Theory and its practice in management. (i). The principles of task idea It states that... View the full answer

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  • These are Taylor's principles as per scientific theory of Mnagement;(i). The principles of task idea It states that favorable conditions at work will make the workers to perform miracles and increase productivity. (ii). The principle of standardization According to this principle, the work activities and method of production should be uniform to avoid biasness so as to achieve the quality product/service. (iii). The principle of selection and training It states that proper policies and guidelines be formulated to ensure that only qualified personnel are employed and those without the skills be trained. (iv). The principle of division of work It states that division of work should be undertaken because it leads to specialization which further leads to increased production. (v). The principle of proper use of plant It states that the organization's resources both human as well as physical should be put to proper use. The managers should minimize their misuse. (vi). The principle of planning - It states that planning should be the first function for any manager because it helps to achieve the organizational goals with ease and without conflicts. (vii). The principle of healthy working environment. It states that the work environment should be worker friendly so as to achieve quality output. (viii) The principle of incentives It states that the organization should their employees reasonable salaries. Advantages of the theory (i). Uniformity It gave birth to standardization of tools, working methods e.t.c which led to uniformity. (ii). Incentives Because of incentives, the workers performance increased greatly. (iii). Wastage It reduced the level of wastage in production process through scientific selection and training. (iv). It puts emphasis on better utilization of available organization's resources. (v). The system provides for the satisfaction of the needs of the customers by providing high quality product/services at lower prices. 10 (vi). It puts emphasis on good harmonious relationships between workers and management. (vii). It puts emphasis on proper selection, training and promotion of employees. (viii). It has led to specialization which in turn led to increased productivity and job satisfaction.
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