Taylor’s Scientific Management (19)

In this article we will discuss Taylor’s Scientific Management (19)

Specialization: Scientific management will not be complete without the introduction of specialization. Under this plan, the two functions of ‘planning’ and ‘doing’ are separated in the organization of the plant. The ‘functional foremen’ are specialists who join their heads to give
thought to the planning of the performance of operations in the workshop. Taylor suggested eight functional foremen under his scheme of functional foremanship. (a) The Route Clerk: To lay down the sequence of operations and instruct the workers concerned about it.

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