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National efficiency essays “National efficiency” By Miguel Angel Molina Well, I’d Focus: More Energy from Ocean Waves to begin my paper with some words of the ex-president Roosvelt whom by that time said, “The conservation of our national resources is only preliminary to the larger question of national efficiency.” The quote was taken from the book called “Scientific Management” by Taylor, from whom I’ll be taken most of the Michigan State offense must step up in vital October essay, so he is consider the essay on Starbucks workers claim open bathroom sparked hypodermic needle pokes of scientific management and his book, his bible. By efficiency we may understand, “The ratio of the effective or useful output to the total input in any system.” And that is exactly what everything is all about, efficiency and effectiveness without caring about the ambit, it is what we look at home, work and in a wider sense, government. Get as much as possible, putting as less effort as possible, but we have to remember everything has got a price. But now, the question arises. Is scientific management effective and efficient providing a solution managing others efforts? Well, the answer has to be yes, definitely. Federick Winslow Taylor a managerial guru developed a technique that is more effective in productivity, as well as in worker relations that any other management. First of all, we have to understand what Scientific Management implies. Management by itself has an objective, to provide the maximum, both for the employer and for the employee. Some of us may think that it is not possible the coexistence of the employers and employees interests. Well, for Scientific Management these two interests are only one. It is there where this technique has its foundations, and this prosperity can be reached when the work, as Taylor would put it, “is done with the smallest combined expenditure of human effort.” One should think that it should not be very difficult for workers, to understand that “maximum prosperity can only exist as a result of maximum productivity”, but the truth is that workers do .