• Kathe Macawili posted an update 1 year ago

    • Frederick Taylor’s Scientific Management Theory places a strong emphasis on efficiency by putting all of the concentration on employee production and compensating staff members financially for it.

      Scientific Management Theory functions like a machine that divides and fixes responsibilities for employees depending on their efficiency and ability. Additionally, an efficient worker receives a large monetary reward, whereas a less efficient worker receives a smaller financial benefit.

      Monitor, Measure, and Control are the three parts that make up the theory’s foundation. The employees must be constantly monitored, their productivity must be measured, and their production must be controlled.

      Workers should concentrate on how they will work on improving efficiency and productivity; initiatives and innovations are irrelevant. In order to prevent unnecessary responsibilities, people should complete their specified tasks in an excellent manner.

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