Definition: [ˈsoʊldʒərɪŋ] is a rule based on the principles of scientific management by Frederick Taylor. This norm treats workers of any enterprise as disciplined subordinates strictly performing their functions. The main attention is paid to observing the sequence of verified actions in order to achieve the maximum result. The indicated principle does not welcome creative or independent thinking, believing that it slows down the production process. It is great for mechanical work, requiring discipline and speed, but completely denies the individual approach to the needs of laborers.
Soldiering in a Sentences:
- Soldiering represents a natural complement to the principles formulated by Frederick Taylor.
- Such a phenomenon as a soldiering is not very popular among social oriented businessmen.
Synonyms and related words: discipline, obedience, subordination