The typical approach of the school of scientific management is the emphasis on tasks. The name of scientific management is due to attempt to apply scientific methods to management problems, in order to achieve high industrial efficiency. The main problems alos apply scientific methods of administration are the observation and measurement. The school of scientific management was initiated at the beginning of this century by the American mechanical engineer Frederick W. Taylor, considered the founder of modern TGA.
WORK OF TAYLOR
Frederick Wilson Taylor (1856-1915), founder of the scientific admintracion was born in Philadelphia, USA. Came from a family of rigid principles and was educated in a culture of discipline, devotion to work and save. At that time it was fashionable payment system or piece work. This led Taylor to study the problem of production in detail, because, thanks to progress in the company does not want to disappoint their employers, or disappoint his colleagues, who wanted the foreman then no was hard with them approach the work piece. Taylor started the experiences that would make him famous, where he tried to apply their findings, overcoming strong resistance to their ideas.