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Scientific Management and the Rise of Modernist Architecture
      
They mediate between human and animal as well as between what is considered scientific management and what is considered unenlightened and even lawless behavior.
      
Aanthropogenic disturbance and absence of effective protection and scientific management are the main reason for degradation of structural quality of soil in plantation.
      
The estimation of evapotranspiration is significant to ecological and environmental construction, scientific management of pasture and protection of wetland.
      
The forecast and signalization of the noxious factors have a great importance in the scientific management of plant protection.
      
This is similar to the role played by scientific management during the second industrial revolution, circa 1880-1930, and involves the extension of the rationalization and routinization of labour to mental work.
      
These results are used in quantitative elucidation of the state of exploitation of the population and will serve as input for the proper and scientific management of the fish resource.
      
Layoffs and Their Ethical Implications under Scientific Management, Quality Management and Open-Book Management
      
Two major management philosophies of the 20th Century, scientific management and quality management, are often contrasted.
      
Scientific management is seen as a system that focuses on task efficiencies whereas quality management is described as a collaborative, people-centered process approach to continuous improvement.
      
having to do with the reorganization of work or work relations: scientific management, the human-relations movement, the human-potential movement, and early management thought.
      
Reservoir fisheries in India are well poised for development, provided scientific management norms are adopted.
      
In this work she advanced the quite astonishing idea that "scientific management" might imply the abolition of private property in the means of production and the creation of a planned national economy.
      
It has been the contention of this article that the true significance of the scientific management movement lies in what it can tell us about the engineering profession.
      
Scientific management was not simply capitalist ideology, nor were the engineers who developed it simply the prisoners of capitalist ideology.
      
Instead, scientific management was the product of the insertion of once-independent engineers into the complex, collective labor process in large corporations.
      
One legacy is the managerial dependence of scientific management principles; another is a continued belief in the linear concept of science-driven technology.
      
The feminization of management is a recurring theme in both popular and scientific management literature.
      
Although the basic assumptions of scientific management are detrimental to the public policy of the community, they still govern its theorization and implementation.
      
The main reason we continue to conduct our communal policy thinking in terms of scientific management is that we still lack relevant, practical alternative theories, models, and languages, which might serve to ground our thought and behavior.
      
 

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