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  1. Introduction
  2. Bureaucratic management
  3. Scientific management
    1. Management principle
    2. Followers of the theory
    3. Components of scientific theory
    4. Current practice
  4. Administrative management
    1. Management principle
    2. Followers of the theory
    3. Components of administrative theory
    4. Current practice
  5. Conclusion
  6. Reference

It is first important to understand management in general in order to understand how it had developed through the years from the 17th century until presents. The basic concept behind management is that it is the field in human behavior wherein the manager needs to plan, organize, direct, and control the human capital and financial resources that an organization has.
In this report, we will focus on the classical theory because this is the foundation in which all other theories have been developed. Classical management is also referred to as the traditional management. It focuses on the bureaucratic, scientific, and administrative management.

[...] theory is concerned about the overall environmental influences in the organization and how the organization should react to meet these situations. In this report, we will focus on the classical theory because this is the foundation in which all other theories have been developed. Classical management is also referred to as the traditional management. It focuses on the bureaucratic, scientific, and administrative management. Bureaucratic Management It was Max Weber, who is known as the Father of Modern Sociology, who stated that bureaucracy is the most rational structure for large organizations. [...]


[...] Frank and Lillian Gilbreth were also divided the elements into time and motion to enhance productivity Henry Gantt (1861-1919) still another person who championed the scientific management theory was Henry Gantt. He was the person who developed the Gantt chart which is used to schedule multiple tasks that overlap during a period of time. Henry Gantt also emphasized the effectiveness of rewarding good work instead of penalizing poor work output. The importance of leadership was also stated by Henry Gantt in an industrial organization. [...]

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