The Constant Transformation Of Management Theory Essay

800 Words Dec 11th, 2016 4 Pages
I.Introduction

There is no one better theory or form in management, due to the dynamic changing scenarios throughout the change of the century locally and globally in the world within companies that it is crucial to be able to adapt to the changing environment and management theories to succeeded in the long run.Since ‘Taylorism’, coined by F. W Taylor(1856-1915).Doubts have been created whether it is possible to achieve what the Gilbreth’s referred to as the ‘one best way’ of managing an organisations(Gilbreth and Gilbreth, 1911: 1-2). Many theorists would agree that management theory, and management itself, needs to evolve with changing times(Witzel and Warner, 2013). The constant transformation of management theories throughout the turn of history helped in creating a theory that focused on employee need with a understanding of company needs and thus culture management and organisational Culture management was created to match organisational efficiency with a shared value system throughout the company.Work analysis Interpreted by Cole (CHRAIFM.(2013)) as "activity or process by which the jobs are being studied in an organization in order to identify their specific elements, ie the employee 's job duties, his responsibilities regarding the created products". Upon Employment the employee should be well aware of the criteria expected by the organisation by which their performance would be judged in the positions they occupy.Through this paper I want to bring about a modern…

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