Archive for the ‘Modern management’ Category
Their main concern was to increase productivity through greater efficiency in production and higher pay for workers with the application of scientific method. The principles emphasize the use of science, creating harmony and cooperation in the group, achieving maximum production and development of workers.
Henry L. Gantt (1901)
He proposed the scientific selection of workers and harmonious cooperation between them and the administration. He developed the graphic that bears his name.
Frank and Lillian Gilbreth (1900)
A Frank is best known for his time and motion studies. Lillian, industrial psychologist, focused on the human aspects of work and understanding of the personalities and needs of workers.
Henry Fayol Industrielleet Administration Generale (1916)
It is known as the father of modern management theory. He divided the act. 6 industrial groups: technical, commercial, financial, security, accounting and management. He recognized the need to teach the Administration: Formula 14 principles of management, such as the authority and responsibility, the control unit chain scale and team spirit.