Frederick Winslow Taylor In tomorrow’s enterprise, the knowledge worker will be freed to release creative energy that will result in an era of enormous innovation and discovery, fulfilling the potential and promise of the mind.
Standardization • Close Accounting • Control by Management • Efficiency expert
The Principles of Scientific Management Influenced everything Doing certain number of multiplication Problems still persist High Stakes testing
Framework • Clear lines of authority • Responsibility • Separation of planning from operations • Management by exception • Task Specialization
Scientific job analysis • Selection of personnel • Management Cooperation • Functional supervising
Leaders of the Time • Henri Fayol • Luther Gulick • Max Weber
Specific incentives Material Personal non-material opportunities Desirable physical conditions Ideal benefactions General incentives Association attractiveness Adaptation of conditions to habitual methods and attitudes Opportunity of enlarged participation The condition of communication Ideas on motivation
Final thought All incentives are costly to organization and cost tends to prevent its survival, the distribution of incentives must be proportioned to the value and effectiveness of the various contribution sought.