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Evolution of Management Theories
This paper traces the evolution of management principles from the classical school to the present.
# 73952 | 1,356 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Business (Management)


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This paper traces the evolution of management principles from the classical school to the present. The paper also compares, contrasts and relates one or more of the different schools of management theory and practices in the current work environment.

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"Authoritarian or traditional management is the classical model of military governance applied to civilian purposes. Managers under an authoritarian doctrine value order, precision, consistency and obedience. Classical management theory originated during the industrial revolution that began in the late 's. It required companies to look for the single best way for workers to perform tasks. The classical management model required senior managers to deal with everyday problems throughout the organization and at the same time to focus on tactical and strategic decision."

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