“What” is Frederick Winslow Taylor

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Andrej Markovic;
  • Journal: Management,volume 1,issue 1,pages31-48
  • Subject: efficiency, mental revolution, scientific management, far-reachment of management, work

Raising the issue of Taylor and his scientific management after less than a hundred years seems at first glance to be quite anachronistic. Today we are more likely to find Taylor’s works in antique shops than in the libraries of the schools of management. Has the memory... View more
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