Control, in the context of business management, is said to be a process of stipulating the employment of labor power. The legitimacy of a management can well be defined in accordance with its ability to imply managerial principles by making reference to the changing circumstances. Edward described this management role in various circumstances to maximize the level of work and productivity, and classified them into three forms of control. Simple control: it is a direct approach in which orders are followed at the pain of sanction. It is informing the subordinates about the decision taken that they have to follow. This type of control is applicable in a situation with low level technology and low-waged or unskilled workforce. This is usually seen in regular supervisory roles. However, this kind of control would be counter productive when the situation changes to a sophisticated technology base with skilled workforce.