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03 Fw Taylor and Henry Fayol

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HENRI FAYOL
HENRI FAYOL
By
By
Ajesh Mukundan p
Ajesh Mukundan p
ajeshmp@gmail.com
ajeshmp@gmail.com
+91 9947426820
+91 9947426820
Introduction
Introduction
Henri
Henri fayol
fayol was born in 1841 at Istanbul Turkey.
was born in 1841 at Istanbul Turkey.
He was a
He was aFrench
French management
managementtheorist.
theorist.
Fayol
Fayol was one of the most influential contributors to
was one of the most influential contributors to
modern concepts of management.
modern concepts of management.
There are five primary functions of management:
There are five primary functions of management:
(1) planning
(1) planning
(2) organizing
(2) organizing
(3) commanding
(3) commanding
(4) coordinating
(4) coordinating
(5) controlling
(5) controlling
Controlling is described in the sense that a manager must
Controlling is described in the sense that a manager must
receive feedback on a process in order to make necessary
receive feedback on a process in order to make necessary
adjustments.
adjustments.
Many of today·s management texts including Daft (2005)
Many of today·s management texts including Daft (2005)
have reduced the five functions to four:
have reduced the five functions to four:
(1) planning
(1) planning
(2) organizing
(2) organizing
(3) leading
(3) leading
(4) controlling.
(4) controlling.
Fayol suggested that it is important to have unity of
Fayol suggested that it is important to have unity of
command : a concept that suggests there should be only one
command : a concept that suggests there should be only one
supervisor for each person in an organization
supervisor for each person in an organization

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