Henry Fayol Principles
Discipline: Focuses on the provision of clear and concise rules aiming at achieving employee obedience and good discipline.
Authority: Managers are responsible for commanding subordinates to work, and the same managers are accountable for employee actions.
Division of work: Employees perform better when they are assigned jobs based on their specialties.
Unity of command: Workers should receive information and report directly to one boss.
Subordination of individual interests to organizational interests: A company’s interests supersede the interests of groups, individuals, and staff.
Renumeration: Staff should be paid salaries as deserved.
Centralization: Henry Fayol advocates for a centralized decision-making system.
Hierarchy: This principle states that organizational communication should be vertical.
Order: A formal organizational control system, which emphasizes on giving the right job to the right employee.
Equity: Henry Fayol advocates for managerial fairness to the subordinate staff.
Stability of personnel: This principle states that managers should recruit competent staff and train them for long-term service.
Initiative: A manager should be creative to invent new ideas and implement them.
Esprit de Corps: Henry Fayol emphasizes on enthusiasm and devotion among staff members.