See Article History Alternative Title: Frederick Winslow Taylor Frederick W. His system of industrial management has influenced the development of virtually every country enjoying the benefits of modern industry. Taylor was the son of a lawyer.
Frederick Taylor was instrumental in bringing industry out of the dark ages by beginning to revolutionize the way work was approached.
Taylor was able to increase wages, productivity and reduce per piece costs at the same time. Thus Taylor changed the way the world conducted business.
It was a marriage of human work and technology. His Principles of Scientific Management was conceived to be free of value judgment. The Younger Years Frederick W. Taylor was born into a well-to-do family in Philadelphia in His family was not wealthy, but they were well exposed to the high culture of the local society.
Growing up it was expected that Taylor would study to become an attorney. Taylor attended Phillips-Exeter Academy. He was a devout student, doing very well with his studies. To achieve good grades, Taylor studied many long hours. It was quite unfortunate that Taylor was to miss Harvard Law School due to bad eyes that doctors attributed to studying in the poor light of a kerosene lamp.
In later years it was realized that his eye problem was actually caused by stress, as it improved after he left Phillips.
Taylor moved back home after graduating from Phillips. He realized that he should take up a trade and got a job as an apprentice machinist and pattern maker. Having spent four years learning his trade, Taylor got a job as a yard laborer at Midvale Steel Company.
Taylor realized that at this point he needed to continue his education. He convinced the people at Stevens Institute of Technology to allow him to attend classes long distance. He would study in his spare time in Philadelphia and go to the school in New Jersey to take his exams.
In June ofTaylor graduated with a Mechanical Engineering degree. They made steel railroad tires. Due to poor management, Midvale failed in Fortunately for Taylor, the company was sold and prospered under the direction of the new owners.
There were two reasons for the success of the company. The first was that the company was able to improve their scientific processes. The second reason was they were to receive contracts to manufacture Naval gun forgings.
The company was in period of rapid growth. Taylor advanced quickly at Midvale.
In eight years he would be promoted from ordinary laborer through the ranks of time keeper, machinist, gang boss, foreman, assistant engineer to chief engineer of the plant. Taylor was promoted to gang boss due to the business turn around and the subsequent influx of orders.
As gang boss Taylor was well aware that the workers could be producing at much higher levels than they were.Considering that Frederick Winslow Taylor is often called 'The Father of Scientific Management' and that his approach is also often referred to, as Taylor's Principles, or Taylorism, the impact on the field of business strategy of Frederick Winslow Taylor's "The Principles of Scientific Management.
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Frederick Winslow Taylor introduced the principal of scientific management in and he was also known as the father of scientific management that changes the world of management. Scientific management methods includes analysed, synthesis, work ethic,.
General biography of Frederick Winslow Taylor and his works. Taylor's father, Franklin Taylor, a Princeton-educated lawyer, built his wealth on mortgages.  Taylor's mother, Emily Annette Taylor (née Winslow), was an ardent .