• Management
    . Evolution of management • Pre-scientific era (up to 1880) • Development of management thought (after 1880) Pre-scientific era (up to 1880) • Many persons contributed to the development of management thought. Notable names are ROBERT OWEN, CHARLES BABBAGE, HENRY MATCALFE etc. • They emphasized...
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  • DIFFERENT APPROACHES TO MANAGEMENT
    1.1 Contributions of Pre-classical Theorists Contributor Pioneering ideas Robert Owen (1771–1858) He is considered to be a pioneer of the human resource management process. He advocated the necessity of concern for the welfare of workers. Charles Babbage (1792–1871) As an inventor and a...
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  • Chals Babb
    developed starting in 1837. Charles Babbage, born to a wealthy London family in 1791, was the brain behind the idea, and is famous for his work developing plans for two different computers. His first, the Difference Engine, was partially completed in the early 1830s, but never to the extent he had planned...
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  • ch-1,Schools of Thought in Management
    Schools of Thought in Management Why knowledge of the evolution of management theories is important to managers • Contributions in management came from intellectuals with widely different backgrounds, so no unified theory of management • So over a period of time, various approaches for...
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  • History of Computers
    microprocessor was developed by Intel Corporation in 1973.they could perform operation of 8 bit words.| Charles Babbage considered the father of Computers because he invented Difference Engine and then Analytical Engine, which can store the information on Punched Cards during 1800's ( Year...
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  • Basic Computing Losn 1
    Virtual University Introduction to Computing CS101 Introduction to Computing Lecture 1 Introduction Charles Babbage (1791-1871) Creator of the Analytical Engine - the first general-purpose digital computer (1833) The Analytical Engine was not built until 1943 (in the form of the Harvard...
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  • project
    humans. 2. History Charles Babbage is credited with inventing the first mechanical computer. Ada Lovelace is credited with writing the...
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  • Mathematics in India Kim Plofker
    physics truly reflect his genius. He wrote many treatises, but only a few would survive the Middle Ages. Still his work and fame live on. PowerPoint Presentation:  Babbage BACKGROUND:  BACKGROUND Charles Babbage was born in London, England December 26, 1791. Babbage suffered from many childhood...
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  • Computer Science
    Journals 5 Education 6 See also 7 Notes 8 References 9 Further reading 10 External links History[edit source | editbeta] Main article: History of computer science Charles Babbage is credited with inventing the first mechanical computer. Ada Lovelace is credited with writing the...
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  • Engineering
    astronomer and a mathematician. He was the one to invent the world's first automobile. The inventor came up with the idea to create an automobile while visiting China as a missionary. His automobile was powered by steam, but could not carry humans. Charles Babbage (1791-1871) Charles Babbage was...
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  • Accounting 561
    rudimentary. What prevented the formalization of a body of management thought during this early stage rather than some three-quarters of a century later? Why did Frederick Taylor, and not Charles Babbage, receive credit for founding scientific management? In retrospect, the reasons are manifold. First, early...
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  • Classical Management
    the impetus for developing various management theories and principles. Pre-classical theorists like Robert Owen, Charles Babbage, Andrew Ure, Charles Dupin, and Henry R. Towne made some initial contributions that eventually led to the identification of management as an important field of inquiry...
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  • The Historic Evolution (Ob Theory)
    practice- around 1700-1900 2. Classical practice around 1900-1930 3. Behavioral era- around 1930-1950 4. Behabioural science theorist Early practice- around 1700-1900 Major influence in shaping the direction and boundaries of OB: * Adam Smith * Charles Babbage * Robert Owen...
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  • COmputer science
    Main article: History of computer science Charles Babbage is credited with inventing the first mechanical computer. Ada Lovelace is credited with writing the first algorithm intended for processing on a computer. The earliest foundations of what would become computer...
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  • Management
    development of behavior thought tended to parallel and assist the scientific management approach. 12. Discuss the specific contributions of the following authors to the body of knowledge and literature of management? a) Robert Owen (1810) b) Fredric W.Taylor (1900) c) Max Webber 13. What do the...
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  • Compare & Contrast Between Scientific and Behavioral Theories of Management
    , Fayol thought to apply scientific principles to the management of the total organization. In addition to Fayol, who was French, there have been a group of followers as Lyndall Urwick and Luther Gulick (who were English), and Mooney and Reiley (who were American). (2) Main contributions of the...
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  • Advantage of Computer Essay
    -Marie Jacquard, Frenchman, built a loom that weaved by reading the punched holes on sheets of hardwood. This loom was created almost 140 years before the computer was invented.   Right after the first commercially manufactured calculator in the year 1820, Charles Babbage began his quest to...
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  • Chapter 1
    + Management Timeline . Industry Leaders Henry Ford Alfred Sloan Charles Babbage (1792-1871) Robert Owens (1771-1858) Researchers/ Theorists Elton Mayo (1880-1949) Frederick Taylor (1856-1915) Gilbreth, Frank & Lillian (18681972) Management Perspective (sub-sets...
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  • Management
    . Although management as we know it today is thought to have originated with people like Fredric Taylor and some contemporaries, there existed some earlier thinkers who made great contributions to the discipline. 2.11 A) THE PRE-CLASSICAL ERA a) Luka Pacioli: He invented the double entry system...
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  • Operation Management
    noted for his contributions to:- a. standardization of parts b. statistical quality control c. assembly line operations d. scientific management e. time and motion studies 20. Who among the following is associated with contributions to quality control in operations management? a. Charles Babbage b. Henry Ford c. Frank Gilbreth d. W. Edwards Deming e. Henri Fayol...
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