In my opinion, the classical approach of business management tracks still undetectable and harmful in the subconscious of many companies and managers in large corporations (for example, see what happens with the demeaning subcontracting of production in developing countries) and in countless small businesses (for example, the ordered and command of the chieftain or entrepreneur). When you hear talk about quality, excellence, social responsibility, reengineering processes, etc., gives me the impression that in many cases the issuer is thinking only of how to make more money with that activity consultant, the Administration thinking that they will call it innovative and the receivers on how to continue selling the bike to contributors so they continue producing more. In synthesis, the company continues as a closed system, with some planned known variables and a continually updated block of aspects (yesterday the industrial psychology, today Excellence) that are used in a manipulative manner through the principles universal, but decaffeinated, administration. In 1991, within the doctoral program strategic management, University of Malaga, elaborated a study entitled synthesis of Henri Fayol investigations into administration that serves me antecedent to discuss re-engineering of processes. In his era (19th century), Fayol and Taylor were a few enlightened ones in business management, representatives of the classical theory on administration.
In the case of Fayol, came a moment that administrative investigations performed for purely scientific purposes. Its administrative doctrine goes polishing gradually until it reaches one of the highlights with the publication of General and Industrial management. However, Fayol not delved adequately in psychological, social, emotional aspects, etc., based his theory on the concepts of order, arrangement, prescription, rules and standards, which still many companies of today continue to foot deep. Abstraction and formalism that flood to the classical ideas, which unfortunately are still used today, lead to superficiality, the supersimplificacion, the lack of realism, lack of clarity and scientific rigor.