What Is Scientific Management Approach?


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amber Jhon answered
Scientific management is a theory of management and it analyzes the process of workflow and results in enhancing the labor productivity. In 1880s and 1890s, Frederick Winslow Taylor gave the core concept of the theory. Moreover, Taylor also advocated that decisions based upon traditions and rules of thumbs should be based on precise procedures or scientific management.

Scientific management suggests that a standard method for performed each job should be developed. Secondly, select the workers who are capable of performing job. Thirdly, train the workers to enable them carry out the standard method. Moreover, support the workers by planning their work and provide them incentives to increase their outputs.
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Hanery Kroze answered

In simple words, scientific management implies the art of knowing exactly what is to be done and how it is to be done. Under this approach, scientific techniques are applied in the recruitment, selection and training of workers and are also used in tackling various industrial problems.

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