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An explanation of Scientific Management and its technique

Many companies have thought of the principle of Frederick Taylor's scientific management as the greatest technique for executing structure. Before Taylor's method, there were no clear concepts as to what employees and management were responsible for. Taylor established a team to assist with his investigation of scientifically determining which technique would be valuable for the company.

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Many companies have thought of the principle of Frederick Taylor's scientific management as the greatest technique for executing structure. As an engineer of the Midvale Steel, Taylor was constantly dismayed by the wastefulness of the workers. Employees implemented different methods to finish the same job. Taylor understood that the employees were not giving the organization their best efforts in finishing tasks. As a result of Taylor's examination of the workers within the company, he decided to build a practice, which included scientific methods for the factory workers. Before Taylor's method, there were no clear concepts as to what employees and management were responsible for. ...

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This solution provides an explanation of Frederick Taylor's scientific management and the significance for developing the method.

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