the administration of a business or industry based on experimental studies of efficiency; the application of the principles of the scientific method to managing a business or industry
The engineers of scientific management had not on either one side or the other any part whatever in the strike.
This question, like the one that precedes it, is answered by scientific management.
By and large, the wages of the women workers in the cotton mill had been increased by scientific management.
Appearance and importance of the idea in scientific management.
scientific management, appreciation by psychologists of, 93.
It should be so incorporated in scientific management that it is not to be distinguished.
There can be little question that scientific management, properly used, will reduce the costs of cataloging work.
More significant still has been the scientific management propaganda.
Even in these days of scientific management it remains as much an art as a science.
Industry needs experts in scientific management, in mental hygiene, in cost accounting—in fields innumerable.