Fw Taylor is the father of scientific management. Taylor's principal concern was that of increasing efficiency in production, not only to lower costs and raise profits but also to make possible increased pay for workers through their higher productivity.
According to Follet, conflict may be removed through three ways are domination, compromise and integration. Dominance means victory of one side over the other. This works in the short term, but is unproductive in the long run (to make her point Follett presciently alludes to the results of "The War" (WWI). Compromise means each party having to give up something for the sake of a meaningful reduction of friction. Far form ideal, compromise often leaves parties unsatisfied – having given up something of value. Finally, integration, the option championed by Follett, means creatively incorporating the parties' fundamental desires/interests into the solution.
The decisions which are frequent and repetitive in nature are called as
The decisions which are frequent and repetitive in nature are called as programmed decisions. These decisions are taken in the regular course of any business operations and occur at a day-to-day frequency. These decisions are repetitive and structured in nature.
A decision which relates to day to day operation of an organization is known as
A decision which relates to day to day operation of an organization is known as operative decisions. Operational decisions or Operating decisions are decisions made to manage day to day business. Any firm which is into any kind of business is faced with 100 decisions they have to take in a day.