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Comparision between Taylor and Fayol’s principles

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Comparision between Taylor and Fayol’s principles

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  1. Comparision between Taylor and Fayol’s principles

  2. Taylor’s Scientific Management • Sceintific management is concerned with knowing exactly what you want men to do and then see in that they do it in the best and cheapest way.

  3. Elements and Tools of Scientific management • Separation of planning and doing • Functional formanship • Job analysis • Standardisation • Financial incentives • Scientific selection and training • Economy • Mental revolution

  4. Principles of Scientific management • Replacing Rule of thumb with Science • Harmony in group action • Cooperation • Maximum output • Development of worker

  5. Fayol’s Administrative Management • Fayol looked at the problems of managing an organisation from top management point of view.

  6. 0rganisation can be divided into six groups • Technical • Commercial • Financial • Security • Accounting • Managerial: emphasised more on this

  7. Approach of Studying Management • Managerial qualities and training • General principle of management • Elements of management

  8. Manegerial Qualities and Training • Physical • Mental • Moral • Educational • Technical • Experience

  9. General principles of management • Division of work • Authority and responsibility • Discipline • Unity of command • Unity of direction • Subordination of individual to General Interest • Remuneration of personnel • Centralisation • Scalar chain • Order • Equity • Stability of tenure • Initiative • Esprit de corps(team work)

  10. Elements of Management • Planning • Organising • Commanding • Coordinating • Controlling

  11. ComparisionSimilarity • Both conributed in the evolution of management thought • Both emphasised on proper utilisation of human resourse • Stressed on the technical and professional aspects • Responsible for managerial revolution • Both were a successful manager in life so gave a very practical solution • Both were unable read to the human psychology to some extent • Both emphasised on maximum output • Both emphasised on division of work • Both emphasised on competent management

  12. Difference