The Philosophy of Management, 2. cilt
Psychology Press, 2003 - 296 sayfa
Taylorism was criticised for its over-simplistic view of what motivated the worker. Oliver Sheldon's theme was that though Taylorism had helped the development of a science of management, such work should not detract from the predominantly human job of the manager to manage. His work prefigures the human relations approach to management theory of Elton Mayo and F. J. Roethlisberger in rejecting the notion that economic incentives largely explain employee behaviour.
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CHAPTER I THE SOCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL BACKGROUND
CHAPTER II THE FUNDAMENTALS OF MANAGEMENT
CHAPTER III THE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY OF MANAGEMENT
CHAPTER IV THE ORGANIZATION OF THE FACTORY
CHAPTER V LABOUR MANAGEMENT
activities analysis application association basis become capacity Capital Chapter clearly clerks co-operation co-ordination committees concerned cost definite departmental determined direct distinction distribution division duties economic effective efficiency effort element employer employment engaged engineer essential ethical executive Facilitation factory facts firstly foremanship foremen form of organization functional organization fundamental higher ideal increased individual industrial administration industrial management Industrial Revolution industry renders involves knowledge Labour leadership London County Council machine machinery managerial manufacturing manager material mentality methods minimum wage modern motive necessary officers Oliver Sheldon operation ordination output planning possible practice present principle problem production profits progress regarded relation render industry rendered requires responsibility result science of management Scientific Management scientific method scientifically determined secondly sense Sidney Webb social spirit staff standard task technique time-study to-day Trade Union unemployment wages welfare whole wholly workers