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Where Do We Come From?

Frank Bunker Gilbreth, Sr. and Lillian Evelyn Moller Gilbreth

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The Gilbreths’ time and motion studies, as well as their consideration of the human factors operating in the workplace, contributed to many aspects of modern management theory, including Activity-Based Costing [...]

Karl Emil Maximilian Weber

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Weber was considered one of the principal architects of modern social science, contributing to our understanding of culture, motivation, power and how change happens. Max Weber was a German sociologist, [...]

Henry Laurence Gantt

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Gantt’s scheduling tool, known as the Gantt Chart, has been and still is a standard project management planning and scheduling tool. His views on worker compensation were forerunners of the [...]

Frederick Winslow Taylor

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The imprint of Taylor’s Scientific Management Theory can be found in all aspects of management theory as he was the first person to look at work as something to be [...]

Arnold van Gennep

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In his seminal work, Rites of Passage, van Gennep studied human ceremonies from many cultures that marked the passage from one stage of life to another, first articulating the concept [...]