. Who is the father of scientific management
B: F.W Taylor
The father of scientific management was F.W. Taylor. He was born in 1856 in the United states of America . F.W. Taylor recommended adopting scientific methods to solve the problems of management. Some main objectives of this theory are improving economic efficiency, labor productivity. He developed four principles of scientific management and he also developed a few scientific techniques which helped in scientific management.
Hence, the correct option is B i.e F.W Taylor.