Born 1841 in Istanbul,TurkeyDied 1925 in Paris, FranceA French ManagementTheorist
Father of the school ofSystematic ManagementSuccessful managingdirector of anengineering company
1. To plan- Forecast and plan2. To organize- Build up the structure3. To command- Maintain activity among the personnel4. To coordinate- Unifying and harmonizing all activity5. To control- Everything occurs with conformity with established rule and expressed command
1. Specialization of Labor2. Authority3. Discipline4. Unity of Command5. Unity of Direction6. Subordination of Individual Interests7. Remuneration8. Centralization9. Chain of Superiors10. Order
11. Equity12. Personnel Tenure13. Initiative14. Esprit de corps
Change and Organization Decision-making Skills. Can be used to improve the basic effectiveness of a manager Understand that management can be seen as a variety of activities, which can be listed and grouped
Pros: Cons: Fayol provided a The principles describe a language to vision rather than reality communicate and are based on Fayols management theory and own experience rather establish a foundation than empirical research. for management Later studies by training. Mintzberg and Kotter found that successful Managers should managers spend little perceive organizations time carrying out Fayols as living organisms that activities and rely more require constant on cultivating networks attention rather than as and personal contacts. mechanical machines.
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