The Emergence of Behavioral Science

  1. Industrial Psychological and social science also influence management thought industrial psychology: Hugo Munesterberg’s objectives were to discover.

  2. How to find people whose mental qualities best fit them for the work they do.

  3. Under what psychological condition the greatest and most satisfying output can be obtained from the work of every person.

  4. How a business can influence workers in such a way so as to obtain the best possible result from then.

  5. Sociological approach to management observing people as products of group behavior.

Three Outstanding Scholars: –

  1. Max Weber (German)

  2. Emile Durkheim (French)

  3. Vilfredo Pareto (French Italian)

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