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From Lyndall F. Urwick, • Development of the industrial genius', in Industrial Engineering Handbook, ed. H. B. Maynard (McGraw-Hill, 1963). contemporary era, as is shown by manuals such as the Handbook of Organisations published by Rand McNally (1966), or the fundamental work of Johnson, Kast and Rosenzweig (second edition 1967), which deal with systems for anti-missile protection as well as with the organisation of hospital establishments. 1 Introduction Business science - to use the name which avoids terms with more restricted meaning such as management science, job organisation, business economy, business management, modern management, which are all encompassed by it- arose from the meeting of new techniques and theories, within firms in the course of evolution.

The intrinsic domain is not limited to explicit or official objectives; certain functional bridges and short-circuits in the hierarchy prove this. The organisational charts and procedures are clearly formalised; Problems of Terminology 33 custom and certain existing situations are not only tolerated, but it is admitted that they facilitate the execution of tasks and the accomplishment of the objectives. The intrinsic domain therefore corresponds to the business in the restricted sense of the organisational classicists.

FS 1) formulation of aims The first sector found by analysis corresponds to the defining of aims and objectives; here, we must not confuse, for example, the intuitive definition of aims and values with the scientific formulation of decisions or the allocation of tasks. This presupposes the existence of a mechanism for evaluating these aims and objectives, in accordance with scales of value which enable them to be enumerated and compared. This sector, which is of an essentially psychological nature, cannot be combined with the other sectors since it is the origin of them.

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