Fayol's 14 Principles of Management

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Question Answer
divisoin of laborjob specialization and the divison of labor should increase efficience, especially if managers take steps to lessen workers' bordom
authority and responsibilitymanagers have the right to give orders and the power to exhort subordinates for obedience
unity of commandan employee should recieve orders from only one superior
line of authoritythe length of the chain of command that extends from the top to the bottom of an organiztion should be limited
centralizationauthority should not be concentrated at the top of the chain of command
unity of directionthe organization should have a single plan of action to guide managers and works
equityall organizational members are entitled to be treated with justice and respect
orderthe arrangement of organizational positions should maximize orgainizational effieciency and provide emplyees and the organization
initiativemanagers should allow employees to be innovative and creative
diciplinemanagers need to create a workforce that strives to achieve organizational goals
remuneration of personnelthe system that managers use to reward employees should be equitable for both emplyees and the organization
stability of tenure of personnellong-term emplyees develop skills that can improve organizational efficiency
subordination of individual interests to the common interestemployees should understand how their performace affects the performace of the whole organization
esprit de corpsmanages should ecourage the development of shared feelings of comradeship, enthusiasm, or devotion to a common cause