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Scientific Content Management (09 Jan 2006)
A little over one hundred years ago, people like Frank and Liilian Gilbreth and Frederick Taylor laid the foundations for Scientific Management, which would in fact establish the foundations for modern management. The basic premise of these pioneers was simple: There is a best way.

If you carefully analyze how a particular task is carried out you can find a best way of doing it (or at least a better way). If you take a scientific approach and break work down in a methodical and rigorous manner, you can make work more efficient.
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