How Does the Use of Management Approaches Keep Pace with the Changing Trends of Worlds?

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How does the use of management approaches keep pace with the changing trends of worlds?

Union is strength. This common saying has existed between people for a long period of time. With the start of cooperation between different people, they tend to start forming groups when facing a problem that requires much effort. David Premack (2010) suggests that there are fundamental differences between humans and animals. Humans alone can reinterpret the higher order relations between these relations. This gradually leads to differences on mind set in different unique individuals. Different people do not always share the same thoughts as compared to one another. Conflicts or misunderstanding usually come up, making team productivity
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Another example of management through absolute power is the building of the Terracotta Warriors of China. Wu (2015) mentioned that the Qin society was very centralized, which gave emperor and staff absolute power over country issues. The emperor was able to call out great construction works from the powers. Regardless there were numbers of civilians sacrifice, all of the large scale construction projects were able to be finished according to the leader’s favor. These examples showed that early management was established through absolute power. Through the use of power, civilians were given a simple and clear order, to finish the objective construction. The absolute power was generally accepted by most numbers of civilians, which can be explained that civilians did not receive very high levels of education. The idea of democracy was not introduced yet.

The idea and importance of management was not yet very clear in early times. However, the basic of management was established unintentionally in the past. Smith, A. (1776) suggested the introduction of division of labor into the general business environment. He explained that the greater part of the skill and judgment applied throughout the process, the greater the effects of the division of labor were. Labors were assigned specific kinds of simple work, in which they would mainly focus on over time, allowing them to learn and master the process they were assigned on a faster pace. This method was

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