The contribution of Taylor to the theory of Management

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Harbans Singh
Everything (including many management models / theories) is the outcome of the conditions and overall circumstances at the time and place were it was written. Also to interpret the theory of Taylor we must study and analyze the set of circumstances of that time. And understand that what we see today, is the evolution of the past. In this respect the contribution Taylor made into the theory of management is really a significant one. He was the ice-breaker, he was the person who broke the inertia and brought the next generations into such a situation from where the ideas started pouring in. Ultimately we made marvelous advancements into management theory and are still moving ahead continuously. Thanks to Taylor...! (...) Read more? Sign up for free

 

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