Then, at the beginning of the twentieth century, Frederick Winslow Taylor (1856-1915), one of the most widely read theorists on management, introduced and developed the theory of scientific management.
Scientific management focuses on the actual management of a business based on the theories and concepts of scientific and mathematical methods of work. Management Science develops the scientific and mathematical methods that are used in scientific management.
Scientific management is a theory that analyzes and synthesizes work-flows with the objective of improving labor productivity. This theory was was developed by Frederick Winslow Taylor around the 1800s and 1890s. If this information doesn't help you go on Wikipedia.
Frederick W. Taylor was the first man in recorded history who deemed work deserving of systematic observation and study. He developed the basic elements of what later came to be known as "scientific management".
Frederick Winslow Taylor is the author and not the creator of the scientific management. Scientific management was one of the earliest attempts to apply science to the engineering of processes and to management.
The difference between scientific management and classical management is in the areas of focus. Classical mainly focuses on plain management while scientific will be more concerned on the methods of achieving effective business management.
Found in his 1911 Publication called The Principals of Scientific Management Taylor based his management on 4 principals. 1. Science over Rule of thumb 2.Scientific selection/training 3.Cooperation over individualism 4.equal division of work best suited to management and employees