Scientific management

Create and submit for evaluation a paper version of a double-spaced report on the topic enunciated below. Employ 12pt Tahoma text comprising at least five pages, including abstract, main theme and conclusions.
In addition, create a sixth page; the cover-page. Append a seventh page that presents a list citing the sources that were used to develop the report.

In the past 150 years, the notion of “management” has transformed business enterprises, societies, and indeed countries as evidenced by the U.S Bureau of the Census now recording the largest single cohort in the domestic labor force as belonging to the category of “managerial and professional” employment.
When Karl Engels operated his extremely profitable and large cotton mill in Manchester England in 1850, he didn’t employ managers. Instead the workers enforced discipline over their colleagues.
Subsequently managerial innovations emerged to transform work environments that ensured coherent strategies and short-term goals were established, people were trained and educated, their performance was measured, and effective marketing of the organization’s services were instituted.

US President Theodore Roosevelt in his address to the governors of the White House (1904??) prophetically realized that, “The conservation of our national resources is only preliminary to the larger question of national efficiency…”

These remarks motivated F.W. Taylor (1856-1915) to embark upon the creation of the basic principles of scientific management. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of this oracle’s work.