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Management & Organisations in Global Environment

   

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TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1Ford and Taylorism................................................................................................................1Solomon Asch and group conformity.....................................................................................2CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................3REFERENCES................................................................................................................................4
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INTRODUCTIONManagement can be defined as those operation which help in selling strategy of anenterprise and also support its efforts of all workers who achieving its desired goals andobjectives. This is necessary for firm is to manage whole functions and activities of business ininternational environment in proper manner (Butchart and et. al., 2010). It is necessary formanagement to expand their business in all over the world for analysing different situations ofglobal environment in proper manner. Ford and TaylorismTaylorism is that theory of management which helps in improving economic efficiencysuch as labour productivity. This means production efficiency will break each action, task or jobinto small and simple segments that can be easily analysed and learnt. In this theory, minimumskills required for doing any work. This theory will help in usage of minimum skill required atthe time of effective work. So that American, European and Australian people accept this theoryfor doing best work and achieved desired goals and objectives for the organisation. It is assumedas American people can use self-skills for accomplishing each target and goals in proper manner.This is important for an individual is to use their skills and abilities for performing better workand also learn different theories for achieving maximise job fragmentation. Most of the peopleaccept Taylorism because this will reduce the use of skills and power while performing specificwork or task. It will introduce thumb rule of productivity which estimated measurement of workin an effective manner. Workers of Australia and Europe adopt this theory to minimiser theusage of required skills and abilities (Fabricius and et. al., 2013). On the other hand, Americanpeople can use their self-skills for better knowing all functions and operations of businessproperly. But I don't think that all the workers of America, Europe and Australia will acceptTaylorism in today’s world (Tarique and Schuler, 2010). According to the scientificmanagement, it can be defined as if employee has no skills and efficiency then they are treated asstupid at the workplace. The method of Taylorism is insulting other employees which are basedon low level of knowledge of the workers in large corporation. In various call centres, scripts are used in present which includes numerous plannedresults to conversation with the customers. Yes, Taylorism is involved in providing various1
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