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Systems Approach of Management Thought

The systems approach, also labeled as modern theory of management, is a relatively new approach though neither the terms management and organisation nor the system is a new concept.

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Human relations Approach of Management Thought

The classical approach which focused attention on the mechanical an physiological variables of organisational functioning was tested on the field to increase the efficiency of organisations.

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Contribution of Henry Fayol of Classical Approach

Perhaps, the real father of modern management theory is Henry Fayol. He was a French mining engineer, who after obtaining engineering degree joined a French coal firm as technician in 1880.

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Harrington Emerson Contribution of Classical Approach

Emerson made scientific management more acceptable to people. He wrote a book in 1912 on 'Efficiency', in which he has given 12 principles of increasing efficiency.

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Frank Gilbreath Contribution of Classical Approach

Frank Gilbreath and his wife Lilian Gilbreath were contemporary of Taylor, but they worked independently on time and motion study.

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Taylor's Principles of Classical Approach

Although Taylor's principles were intended for broad application, his emphasis was not on general management; but on management at the shop level.

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Classical Approach of Management Thought

The classical writers have concerned themselves primarily with management functions and principles of management. They have allied themselves quite closely with practicing managers. The mangers.

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Pre-Scientific Management

Though Frederic W. Taylor is known as the founder of scientific management, many persons before him made considerable contribution to the development of management thought.

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Early Contribution

The early contributions have come mainly from Roman catholic Church, military organizations and camera lists.

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Classification of Management Thought

Management is old as civilization and it has been of some concern to organized society thought civilized history. Various examples exist today to remind us the result of the organized activities of the past.

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Development of management thought

Although the systematic management has a recent origin, the practice of management is as old as human society.

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Managerial job in business

All social institutions, whether they are business or non business ones, require the same process of management of achieving their objectives.

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Functions of management

There are four basic functions of management, viz., planning, organization, direction and control.

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Fayol's principles of management

Fayol evolved fourteen principles of management which may be briefly stated as follows

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