History of Management

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  • Henri Fayol

    Henri Fayol
    Henri Fayol (1841-1925) Henri Fayol was borm in 1841 in Istanbul. He is one of the well-known scholars of business management. He was a CEO of Comambault Mining. He developed 14 principles of management for organizational structure and management to improve the management process in effieciency and effectively way. (Henri Fayol, 2015).
  • Mary Parker Follett

    Mary Parker Follett
    Mary Parker Follett (1868-1933)
    Mary Parker Follett was well known as a mother of an early management thinker. She thought that F.W. Taylor was ignoring how managers should behave toward workers. She claimed that managers should care about workers and ask how they felt with their job. (Jones & George, 2014).
  • Administrative Management Theory

    Administrative Management Theory
    Administrative Management Theory is the study the way of making organization structure by high efficincy and also effectiveness, in another words this theory is the way of organization to acheive the goal effectively. (Jones & George, 2014).
  • Fayol's Principles of Management

    Fayol's Principles of Management
    Henri Fayol developed 14 Principles of Management: Division of Labor, Authority and Responsibility, Unity of Commnad, Line of Authority, Centralization, Unity of Direction, Equity, Order, Initiative, Discipline, Remuneration of Personnel, Stability of Tenure of Personnel, Subordination of Individual Interests to the Common Interest, and Esprit de Corps. He believed these crucial principles help to improve management process effectively. (Jones & George, 2014).
  • Behavioral Management Theory

    Behavioral Management Theory
    The Behavioral Management Theory is the study about how the managers behave to employees to achieve their organization's goal efficiently. (Jones & Behavior, 2014).
  • Scientific Management Theory

    Scientific Management Theory
    T.W. Taylor developed this theory to boost efficiency in the workplace. He believed that the study of relationships between workers and duties can reduce amount of costs and produce goods and services effectively. He taught other mangers how to apply scientific managemet theory to increase efficiency.
  • The Theory of Bureaucracy

    The Theory of Bureaucracy
    To help industries in Germany, Max Weber developed this theory of Bureaucracy to create a good organization structure and control system. This theory leads to achieve at high level efficiency and effectiveness. (Jones & George, 2014).
  • Management Science Theory

    Management Science Theory
    Management Science Theory is the recent way to management that use of strict quantitive techniques to help managers use highest organizational resources effectivey and effieciecy way to develop goods and services.
  • Peter F. Drucker

    Peter F. Drucker
    Peter Drucker was an American management specialist, writer, and educator, born in Austria. He was considered to be "the founder of modern management." He is the author of "The Practice of Management." According to the Wikipedia, "He was a leader of development of management education." (Peter F. Drucker, 2015).
  • Contingency Theory

    Contingency Theory
    Contingency Theory was developed by Tom Burns, G.M. Stalker, Paul Lawrence and Jay Lorsch in 1960s. The viral message of this theory is 'there is no one best way to organize'. The control systems and the organizational managers choose depends on the feature circumtances. (Jones & George, 2014).
  • Equal Pay Act

    Equal Pay Act
    This is the law by John F. Kennedy that all genders should be paid equally (when worked equally). (Jones & George,2014).
  • Title VII of the Civil Rights Act

    Title VII of the Civil Rights Act
    Prohibits discrimination in professional decisions including pay, firing, working conditions, hiring and others based on the race, religion, color, gender, and etc. (Jones & George,2014).
  • Age Discrimination in Employment Act

    Age Discrimination in Employment Act
    This is the law by president Lyndon B. Johnson that prohibits discrimination against ages that whomever workers need to retire if his/her age is over 40. (Jones & George, 2014).
  • Theory X

    Theory X
    Theory X developed by Douglas McGregor. This theory says that managers should supervise workers to lead them to achieve best performance because the average workers are trying to avoid their tasks and responsibility or too lazy to work hard. (Jones & George,2014).
  • Theory Y

    Theory Y
    Douglas McGregor developed Theory Y. This theory is contrary to the theory X. The purpose of Theory Y is not to monitor workers closely and control their behaviors. The purpose is to make good environments for workers, and help to organization to achieve the goal.(Jones & George, 2014).
  • Organizational Environment Theory

    Organizational Environment Theory
    Organizational Environment Theory is about provide high value goods and services are depends on managers' ability. This theory defined as the set of forces and conditions that operate beyond an organization's boundaries but affect a manager's ability to acquire and utilize resources.(Jones & George, 2014).
  • Pregnancy Discrimination Act

    Pregnancy Discrimination Act
    This pregnancy discrimination act prohibits discrimination of women by childbirth, medical results, and pregnancy when employers make a decision. The employment decisions should not make by these conditions.(Jones $ George, 2014).
  • American with Disabilities Act

    American with Disabilities Act
    American with Disabilities Act prohibits discrimination about people with disabilities. When employers make a decision, it makes sure their decision is not influenced on individuals with disabilities. It is required that employers make a good environment for workers with disabilities to achieve their job. (Jones & George, 2014).
  • Jeffrey Bezos

    Jeffrey Bezos
    He was born in New Mexico, USA. He is a founder and a CEO of Amazon. Amazon.com is the largest retailer of online shopping websites. He is also an investor and has had one of the greastest impacts on the business field in whole world today. He is a considered to be a "top model for Internet sales." (Jeffrey Bezos, 2015).
  • Steve Jobs

    Steve Jobs
    He was born in San Francisco in 1955. He was a cofounder, director and CEO of Apple Inc. He was one of the most well known and influencial CEOs in the world. He worked in many fields such as marketer, entrepreneur, and investor. He died in 2011 at the age of 56 and many people lament for a Steve Jobs' death. (Steve Jobs, 2015).