The Principles of Scientific Management

Scientific management, also known as Taylorism, is a management approach developed by Frederick Winslow Taylor in the early 20th century. It aimed to improve efficiency and productivity in industrial settings by applying scientific methods to work processes. Taylor’s ideas had a significant impact on the field of management and laid the foundation for modern management …

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ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR – Question and answer 5

Comparatively discuss the theories of motivation of Maslow and Herzberg. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and Herzberg’s Two-Factor Theory are two influential theories of motivation that provide insights into understanding employee motivation and satisfaction in the workplace. While there are similarities between the two theories, there are also key differences in their perspectives. Let’s discuss and …

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Preventive Maintenance

In order to reduce the occurrence of defects, firms should carry out preventive maintenance. In preventive maintenance, the parts that are likely to produce defects are replaced, rather than the defects that arise during production being repaired. Workers are given the responsibility of maintaining their machinery and equipment and are also trained to solve or …

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