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Scientific vs. Strategic Management

Explain the similarities and differences between Scientific Management and Strategic Management.
Explain whether Strategic Management could have been developed without Scientific Management as its predecessor.

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Keep in mind; the primary objective for scientific management is to view data in several means that aims in assisting management to reaching core decisions on internal processes. Additionally, the scientific management is the preceding factor of observing company's operations process by analyzing the synergistic workflow accordingly. In so doing, the manufacturing industries are more able to adjust to changes in their targeted product marketplace with more economic efficacy. Try to think of the role of scientific management key protocol is in the observation on of best practices in production of manufacturing industries, mostly in ...

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This solution provides a review into scientific management and strategic management in using protocols within the business environment.