Nature of Management

The study and use of management approaches in handling the affairs of the organization have transformed its nature. Numerous contributions in the field of management have altered its nature, for instance, from just a practice to science also. The nature of management can be explained as follows: Nature of Management Multidisciplinary: Management is basically multidisciplinary. …

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Classical Approach to Management

Traditional process of learning is either through observation and experiment. Nature or environment is considered uniform and when we observe certain phenomenon or events uniformly leading to the same result or results, we conclude a cause and effect relationship between the two. This is learning by observation or in other words by experience. Earlier thinkers …

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Theory of Scientific Management, Effects

Frederick Taylor is the person who is most often associated with the system labeled scientific management, and indeed, he was the originator of this set of concepts. However, there were others in the field of scientific management who had as much if not greater effect on the workplace. According to Sullivan (1987), Taylor’s work not …

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