Organizational Theory and scientific management

Organizational Theory and scientific management

The post has two asighnments

1:Examine and describe the concepts of Organizational Theory and scientific management.

Order Description

Introduction:
A working knowledge of organizational theory is a foundational element of a manager’s effectiveness in business. Organizational theory is the study of how organizations function and how they affect and are affected by the environment in which they operate. Organizational theories give us potential explanations for why and how people work together to effectively achieve organizational goals. Organizational theory can provide invaluable guidance on how to structure, run, and lead an organization. In this project, we examine the principles that underlie the design and operation of organizations to maintain and increase their effectiveness. explore the foundational organizational theories and see how they evolved into modern managerial approaches.

Deliverables:
Minimum 3-page paper

Activity Details:
Read the following questions, and use what you have learned about the Organizational Theory to summarize your responses in a 3-page paper (APA formatting required):

What influence did Frederick Taylor’s scientific management have on organizational theory in comparison to the influence Max Weber’s scientific management had on organization theory?

Provide a description of both influences and discuss how both Taylor’s and Weber’s thinking is still relevant and applicable in today’s management world?

What influence did Max Weber’s scientific management have on organizational theory, and how is his thinking still relevant and applicable in today’s management world? Provide at least one example.

2:US Constitution and It’s Meaning

Locate a version of the United States Constitution. Review only the preamble. First explain the basic ideas of the document, based on its wording, and then discuss your interpretation of it’s meaning of Preamble’s purpose and intent.