F.W. Taylor can be identified as the “father” of the scientific management movement. He came from a middle-class family and studied to become an engineer. He was successful in his career and managed to move up to a high position in an American steel firm. He was obsessed with finding the best method of doing jobs and conducted numerous experiments related this aspect of labor in industrial setting.
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