History of Management can also be called the Principle of Management,
from an academic viewpoint. History gives Leaders an understanding of the past,
so that they may have a clear picture for the present and future of their new
profound field. When promoted without any knowledge of history often
decisions are not valid or reliable for the cause, which may have an unsuspecting
effect that wasn‟t accounted for. People have gathered the concept that anyone
can be a Leader, but when dealing with people not anyone is prepared to lead.
Many typical forms of motivation used by Supervisors were to belittle employees
(cussing, shouting, threatening, and body contact). Employees feared their
Supervisors, especially when suggestions were given for a better motivation
system went on deaf ears. Most employees realized that if they tried to address
issues in what they considered a diplomatic manner, it often motivated the leader
to vindicate self by entering a malicious quest to have that particular employee
discharged or emancipated, in other words “fired”.