Pros And Cons Of Frederick Winslow Taylor's Principles Of Scientific Management

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When I am appointed as a consultant by the Government to research and suggest improvements for the organization, I would put forward the following points that are mandatory to be changed and as mentioned in the question, I shall find and suggest measures to improve the company policy and rules as it is being criticized for “Taylorism”, which in it’s own way has pros and cons.
Taylorism, which is actually a method adopted and named after the US Industrial Engineer Frederick Winslow Taylor, who in his 1911 book 'Principles Of Scientific Management' laid down the fundamental principles of large-scale manufacturing through assembly-line factories.
Introduced in the early 20th century, Taylorism basically :
(1) has the aim to achieve the best and great result on the job fragmentation upfront by basically to minimizing the skill requirements and grasping time, (2) it also splits execution of work from the actual work-plan. (3) the it splits direct labor from indirect labor.
(4) it replaces rule of thumb productivity estimating the right/correct/precise measurements,
(5) also, it introduces time and motion study for optimum job performance, cost accounting, tool and work station design, and
(6) finally it makes it possible to achieve the payment-by-result method of wage determination.

He emphasized gaining maximum
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Taylorism denies the fact that managers can chose from a variety of strategies and in many cases can be flexible in their approach to the workforce. This methodology will also be changed and an improvement will be arranged from my end.
Again another problem that exists is “Fair’s day’s pay for a fair day’s work: Also the external factors such as scarcity, product demand and economic conditions within the country, all out of the direct control of management.
This will be taken care of by the management and no complains of any sort will be provided from
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