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KEMPNER, Thomas (born 1930), Principal and Professor of Management Studies, Henley Management College (formerly Administrative Staff College), 1972–90, now Emeritus Professor; Director of Business Studies, Brunel University, 1972–90, now Emeritus Professor; Director, Henley Centre for Forecasting, 1974–2001 (Chairman, 1974–95)

THOMSON, (Francis) Vernon (1881 - 1953), of Dodd, Thomson & Co., Ltd, Chairman of the King Line, Ltd, London; Chm. and Managing Director of Union-Castle Mail SS Co., Ltd; Chairman of Bullard, King & Co., Ltd; Chm. of London and Thames Haven Oil Wharves, Ltd; Principal Shipping Adviser and Controller of Commercial Shipping, Ministry of Shipping, subsequently Ministry of War Transport, 1939–46; Chm. of Tramp Shipping Subsidy Committee, 1935, 1936 and 1937; Chairman of Tramp Shipping Administrative Committee, 1935–37; President of the Chamber of Shipping of the United Kingdom, 1936–37; (Hon.) Assistant Director of Ship Management Branch, Ministry of Shipping, 1918–21; and Vice-Chairman of Ship Licensing Committee, 1919–20; Chairman of London General Shipowners’ Society, 1928–29; Chairman of Baltic Mercantile and Shipping Exchange, 1931–33; Chairman of Documentary Committee of the Chamber of Shipping of the United Kingdom, 1923–35; Member of the Committee of Lloyd’s Register of Shipping since 1927; Member of Council of King George’s Fund for Sailors since 1938; Hon. Life-Governor of Royal National Lifeboat Institution, 1938; Hon. Treasurer, Royal Alfred Merchant Seamen’s Society; Mem. of Cttee of Management of HMS Worcester

 

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The traditional view of management that centres on how a business should be organized and the practices an effective manager should follow. The two major contributors to this school of thought were Henri Fayol (1930) and Max Weber (1922). Fayol's 14 principles of management are still relevant, while Weber's bureaucracy model still has some relevance in medium and large organizations.

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