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Management Science I Prof. M.Thenmozhi
Indian Institute of Technology Madras
EVOLUTION OF MANAGEMENT
THEORY
Dr.M. Thenmozhi
Professor
Department of Management Studies
Indian Institute of Technology Madras
Chennai 600 036
E-mail: mtm@iitm.ac.in
Management Science I Prof. M.Thenmozhi
Indian Institute of Technology Madras
• Early management theory consisted of numerous attempts at getting to know these newcomers to industrial life at the end of the nineteenth century and beginning of the twentieth century in Europe and united states. • These includes

– Scientific management
– Classical organization theory
– Behavioural school and management science.
• As you study these approaches keep one important fact in mind. • The managers and theorists who developed this assumption about human relationships were doing so with little precedent.
• large scale industrial enterprise was very new.
• some of the assumption that they made might therefore seem simple or unimportant to you, but they were crucial and to ford and his contemporize. Management Science I Prof. M.Thenmozhi
Indian Institute of Technology Madras
1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990
“MUCKRACKERS “BEGINS
EXPOSE
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WORLD WAR
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SCIENTIFIC MANAGEMENT SCHOOL CLASSICAL ORGANIZATIONAL
THEORY SCHOOL
THE BEHAVIOURAL SCHOOL
MANAGEMENT SCIENCE
THE SYSTEM APPROACH
THE CONTIGENCY
APPROACH
DYNAMIC ENGAGEMENT APPROACH
KEY MANAGEMENT THEORY AN
OVERVIEW
Management Science I Prof. M.Thenmozhi
Indian Institute of Technology Madras
• Fedrick w Taylor (1986-1915) rested his philosophy on four basic principles. 1. The development of a true science of management...