International Academic Journal of Psychology and Educational Studies

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Impact of Fayol`s Management Principles on Organizational Creativity

Amirhossein Amirkhani

Abstract: The economic and social conditions of the present society are greatly different in comparison to the society when “Taylor” proposed his theories. Now, at the dawn of the third millennium, almost a century after the formation of the school of “scientific management”, many new concepts have been emerged in the field of management studies. Our world witnesses the age of information and communication. Due to the ever-increasing pace of developments as well as their instability and unpredictability and their changing nature, what helps countries, developing countries in particular, in their quest for increasing productivity, development and progress, is to use the opportunities. This shall not be realized unless with insight and creativity on the part of managers and their fostering of creativity among the employees so that with the help of one another, the growth and development of their organization shall be achieved through their efforts. A clear example of this was the presence of innovative directors heading Japanese entities during the past fifty years and their consequent remarkable success in domestic and international arenas was a clear example of this. Inspiring and fostering creativity at organizations has been subject to study by various researchers. Like many other organization-related themes, emergence development of creativity among the employees is greatly influenced by the steps undertaken by the management. Managers may, through employing the means at their disposal, discover the aptitudes of employees, and by fostering the initial sparks of creativity, prepare the grounds for forming an innovative organization. The objective of this study is to investigate the connection between these means and creativity

Keywords: Henri Fayol, creativity, Management Principles, Organizational Creativity, Taylor

Page: 31-38

Volume 1, Issue 2, 2014