The Report Looks Into The Management Guru, F.W.Taylor. Highlighted Examples And Methods Of His Work

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Taylorism was developed by FW Taylor and showed methods of how to optimize organization efficiency. Taylor used work-studies to help him draw up scientific approaches to improving organization production techniques. He used two different types of research, method study and work measurement. He studies concluded show how by focusing on an organizational structure he is able to improve production techniques.He concluded that different workers have different qualities when working. He basically says that a worker must be suited and skilled to carry out a job.This is the case in the way a premiership football team operates. The best player is picked for the position they ...view middle of the document...

He believed that by offering an increase or bonus in wages then efficiency would also improve. These methods can be seen on a lot of production lines where a bonus is given if a certain target is achieved.McKechnie plastics, Stamford Bridge produces Dyson Hoovers. It produces them using machine presses, which produce various plastic weldings. Each machine is monitored and production is controlled. If a machine makes over its set production rate the worker will receive a bonus. This gives employees an incentive to produce more. The work is fairly lowing skilled so using money to motivate the employees is good because it generates better productivity. This is a good way to motivate employees when an organization is producing in mass because they will have a lower unit cost and therefore higher profits. Organizations dealing in mass production would gain benefits of economies of scale. By making the organization more efficient they will have better buying economies swell as technological economies for methods of production.Taylor also believes that any task has both a planning and doing element. This he should manage means organizations correctly in order for its employees to function properly. If employees are given the correct instructions they are more likely to function better. E.g. Lecturers at Universities act as managers to students. If they do not give out the correct instructions or information then students will not know what work to focus on. By giving out all the correct information the necesarry work will be completed.


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