The idea of scientific management can be defined as the exercise of the medical technique to establish the most appropriate or best way for employment to be done. Important Efforts in this field is made by Frederick W. Taylor, who's deemed as the "dad" of clinical management. Taylor's job at the "Bethlehem Metal companies" encouraged his concern in bettering efficiency. Frederick W. Taylor searched for to produce a mental transformation among both staff and managers by defining transparent guidelines towards improving creation efficiency. Through many of these, Frederick W. Taylor was adept to explain the best option or one best way for doing every job. Frederick W. Taylor achieved steady improvements in productivity in the range of almost 200 percent. He recognized the role of managers to plan and manage and of personnel to act after as these were instructed (Daniel, 1992).